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Teachers in Jharkhand’s Dumka turn village into classroom


As faculties are closed resulting from coronavirus since March, authorities faculty academics in Dumka’s Dumarthar village right here have discovered a brand new option to impart schooling to college students who don’t have entry to smartphones.

They created blackboards on the partitions of scholars’ homes to show them whereas sustaining social distancing in the view of coronavirus.

“Education has impacted due to COVID-19. Students here did not have smartphones. We started ‘shiksha aapke dwaar’ (education at your doorstep) to provide education to children while maintaining social distancing. More than 100 blackboards have been created on walls to teach students at their houses,” a trainer instructed ANI.

Dumka Deputy Commissioner Rajeshwar B lauded the initiative and stated that she’s going to inspire different academics to undertake this methodology.

“Our teachers are adopting new methods. Since schools are closed, content is being sent to students on WhatsApp. But in many areas, there are no smartphones at students’ houses. This initiative should be lauded. We will motivate other teachers to adopt this,” she stated.

Speaking about her expertise, Parvati, a scholar of sophistication 6 stated: “Our schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so we study in our village itself. Our teachers explain to us the concepts that we do not understand and clear our doubts.”

Schools and academic establishments in the nation are closed in the nation since March. However, in the Unlock four pointers, the Ministry of Home Affairs stated that college students of courses 9 to 12 could also be permitted to go to their faculties, in areas exterior the containment zones solely, on a voluntary foundation, for taking steering from their academics and this might be topic to the written consent of their dad and mom or guardians.


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