Delhi govt seeks 3 hours daily air time on DD, AIR to broadcast classes for school students

К : PTI New Delhi

Published : 29. April 2020 17:52:24

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The government of Delhi has requested three hours a day on Doordarshan and All India Radio to broadcast the courses for students during the blockade because of the situation with KOVID-19.

Officials believe that even with more flexible closure periods, resuming school activities and full time use of the classrooms can take time, and broadcasting via Doordarshan (DD) and All India Radio (AIR) is the easiest way to reach as many students as possible.

We contacted the center and asked for a daily three hour program on Doordarshan and All India Radio to follow the students’ lessons until the schools reopened. We were looking for separate seats for primary, secondary and upper secondary education, according to an official of the higher education administration (EO).

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Schools have been opened all over the country since the 16th century. The centre closed its doors on 3 March when it announced the establishment of classrooms throughout the country as a measure to contain the VIDOC 19 epidemic. Later, the 24th. A national blockade was announced in March, which will now last until 3 March. The month of May has been extended.

Doordarshan and All India Radio distribute virtual classrooms and other educational material through their regional channels throughout the country on television, radio and YouTube.

We use an online environment and work with the best educational institutions to offer our students online courses. If you provide us with time slots, our teachers will be on board to give the lessons and send them according to our lesson plan, the official said.

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The government of Delhi organizes courses through various online platforms and sends homework over the phone. However, according to official statistics, only 68% of students have access to smartphones at home.

Only 68% of students have access to smartphones at home, and once some lock-in periods are relaxed, students may not be able to use them because their parents will be leaving the house. It may take some time before full-time education can be resumed at the schools. There are also summer holidays, an official from the Ministry of Energy explained.

The issue was also raised on Monday by the Deputy Prime Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, at a meeting with the Education Ministers of other countries, chaired by Ramesh Pohriyal Nishank, the Union Minister for Human Rights.

The government of Delhi, led by the AAP, organises its popular SMS and IVR happiness classes, not only for the students at their school but also for the parents.

Doordarshan Kendra, who already broadcasts virtual classes, are Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir.

All radio stations in India broadcasting virtual classrooms Vijaywada, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Tiruchirapalli, Coimbatore, Puducherry, Madurai, Trivandrum, Tirunnelveli, Panaji, Jalgaon, Ratnagiri, Sangli, Parbani, Aurangabad, Pune, Nagpur, Mumbai, Gangtok, Guwahati, Bikaner, Udaypur, Jodhpur and others.

Stations broadcasting educational content are Bhopal, Chennai, Kozhikode and Dressage.

On average, the DD channel broadcasts educational content two and a half hours a day and the All India Radio Channel – 30 minutes of educational content.

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