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Manish Sisodia Examines Online Education In Delhi Public Schools

The Directorate of Education informed Manish Sisodia of students’ attendance in both offline and online classrooms, as well as their access to course materials and worksheets in two modalities.
New Delhi, India: During the numerous closures of Delhi government schools owing to COVID-19, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia examined the online teaching and learning process. The Directorate of Education informed the Delhi Deputy CM during his review meeting about students’ attendance in both offline and online classrooms, as well as their access to course materials and worksheets in two modalities.
Worksheets are reaching 99.2 percent of students from kindergarten to class 2, 99.1 percent of students from classes 3 to 5, 94.21 percent of students in class 6, 97.2 percent of students in class 7, 98.7% of students in class 8, 98.7% of students in class 9, and 98.4 percent of students in class 10 through offline and online mediums, according to Manish Sisodia. According to the Department of Education, 98.2 percent of class 11 students and 98.6 percent of class 12 students participate in online classes organised by schools.

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Manish Sisodia
Manish Sisodia

“There has been a loss of education for pupils as a result of the pandemic’s repeated school cancellations. During the discussion, Sisodia informed DoE officials that “the health of students is very important to us, but it is also very vital that the children’s education does not cease.” “The COVID-led pandemic has presented us with new problems,” he continued, “but Team Education is working hard to ensure that every child has access to education in these difficult times.””

According to Delhi Education Director Himanshu Gupta, the Department of Education sends worksheets to pupils on a daily basis, and online sessions are held at the school level for classes 9 to 12. “The school provides paper copies of the worksheets to students who do not have access to a computer to participate in online sessions.

Every week, the Department of Education delivers worksheets to children in grades Nursery through 10th via WhatsApp, as well as projects, tasks, and activity sheets to secondary classrooms during the winter vacation. “”We are putting a major emphasis on assessing students using novel ways in order to better understand their involvement and learning levels,” Gupta said.

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