The next day, he could attend online classes.
The bench of Justices MM Sundresh and R Hemalatha passed orders on a batch of pleas raising various concerns regarding the conduct of online classes for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Answering a question regarding the state's decision on reopening of schools, Sengottaiyan said it will be taken only after the spread of COVID-19 subsides in the state
The university vice chancellor participated in a webinar on the ‘role of NEP-2020 in transforming higher education’, which was addressed by President Ram Nath Kovind.
Nattarmangalam, in Alathur taluk, is surrounded by hills and the nearest mobile phone towers are in Chettikulam, 3 kilometers away, where a few private players and BSNL have erected towers.
Post Covid-19 outbreak, there is hardly a sector, especially education, which has remained immune to change.
From tracing students who could not be contacted, to sending worksheets to their neighbours via phone and helping out at quarantine centres, several Delhi school teachers turned ‘corona warriors'.
Older teachers continue to struggle with online teaching tools as their schools have not organised any training sessions to help them make a seamless transition from physical to digital classes
The cheapest tool for this is the smartphone, which students must use to download lessons and attend lectures.
However, first year and final year students say that professors are conducting classes every day since last month.
The court was hearing a petition seeking regulation of the online classes as it would cause strain on children due to the prolonged exposure to electronic gadgets screens and affect mental health.
When Anand Nageshiya was released from jail early for model behaviour, he was delighted to see his family after so many years.
Additional Solicitor General (ASG) R Sankaranarayanan made the submission while the court was hearing a plea to regulate online classes.
One would then expect child counsellors to be busy, but the reality of the situation is quite different.
At least 27 per cent students do not have access to smartphones, laptops for online classes: NCERT survey
The majority of the stakeholders pointed out that mathematics as a subject was difficult to learn via online medium.