The inescapable conclusion is that children do not attend because many of them find the classroom boring.
The four eMasters courses include programmes in Communication Systems; Cybersecurity; Power Sector Regulation, Economics & Management; and Derivatives Market and Risk Management.
Subba Rao lost his job last year as the school management was unable to pay his salary.
Mission smart students: Private e-learning programme gives Karnataka government schools an edge during pandemic
The beneficiaries are aged up to 18 years. Scholarships are given to the top one percent from the economically weaker sections to study till their post-graduation.
Justice Raja Vijayaraghavan issued the order on the petitions filed by six primary school students, which said that they did not have digital facilities at home to enable them to pursue education.
Students receiving in-person instruction in schools woke up the earliest and slept the least.
Schools are noticing a growing list of developmental problems in students who want to get back to physical classes while their parents are against the idea
The average number of views for all online live classes for Class I to VIII, which was 4.35 lakh on June 23, has come down to 3.2 lakh on July 16.
The commission has clarified that the teaching-learning process must continue in offline, online or blended mode.
School closure: One in three countries not implementing programmes to mitigate learning loss, says report
At the same time, only one-third of countries are taking steps to measure learning losses in primary and lower second levels, mostly among high-income countries, the survey report stated.
With schools closed for more than a year amid the coronavirus pandemic, teachers and parents have observed huge learning gaps in the students.
Starting young: Edtech platforms encourage kids to create content through innovative means, as a mode of learning
These real and imagined stories made children premature content creators, exclusively for family and close friends.
The agenda of the meeting was "Plans for bridging the learning gap caused due to COVID-19 pandemic".
Schools, teachers and volunteers may take suggestive steps to provide support to parents who are not quite literate, the statement said.
Increased use of digital facilities results in higher demand for courses in fields like AI and IoT.