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Friday, 28 August 2020

HOME LEARNING 2020. Home Learning Study materials Video |Standard 9th | DD Girnar-Diksha Portal Video

HOME LEARNING 2020. Home Learning Study materials Video |Standard 9th | DD Girnar-Diksha Portal Video

The Department of Secondary Education of Uttar Pradesh has decided to conduct video / virtual classes for online studies of students of classes 9 to 12. This study will begin today through Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh and Swayambha Channel-22. Giving this information, Director of Secondary Education Vinay Kumar Pandey said that classes 9 and 11 will be taught on Prabha Channel-22 itself from 11 am to 1 am. It will be broadcast again from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Classes 10 and 12 will be taught on Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh from 1 to 2 pm, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

Pandey has asked all district school inspectors to give wide publicity to educational broadcasting. He said that teachers should also watch educational broadcasts and there should be facility to solve students' curiosities on WhatsApp and phone. Put these instructions in the WhatsApp group of all the Principal teachers and educate the students about the educational broadcast.

Doordarshan U.P. classes from class 9th to 12th in UP today. And Prabha herself will be on channel-22.
 Classes 9th and 11th will be held on Prabha Channel-22 itself at 11 pm-1pm.  Classes 10th and 12th will be held from 1 pm to 6:30 pm on Doordarshan, Uttar Pradesh.

The process of becoming a teacher has been made more difficult in the new education policy. When it will come into force is not yet decided. But according to the new education policy, after passing the written examination, the candidates will also have to undergo an interview or demo. Unemployed organizations across the state have also started protesting about the new rules. Under the banner of Rajasthan Unified Federation, the youth met the BJP President and others and demanded changes in these rules.

 Emphasis will be on vocational education
 While important changes in the country's education policy will provide mental relief to the students, the problem of unemployed job seekers will increase. In the new education policy, the maximum focus has been on vocational education. While vocational education will be imparted to students from class VI, there will be more emphasis on practical classes in the syllabus after class X. The dream of further strengthening the structure of Anganwadi centers has also been shown through the new policy. Special report of the magazine about important changes in the new education policy.

 Such relief to students

 1. Board examination will end, emphasis will remain on assay

 Through the new education policy, the board examinations of fifth and eighth will be completed across the country. In the tenth and 12th examinations, the emphasis will be on the evaluation of the subject. The exams for fifth, eighth and tenth will be completely renewed. This will provide great relief to the students. Major changes will be made in the board exams of class X and X. 

 The importance of board examinations will be minimized. The main emphasis in the board examination will be on the knowledge test of the students so that the tendency of rote among the students is eliminated. Boards of all states will prepare a practical model of board examinations in the coming times.

 2. Vocational education from class VI
 Employment education has been promoted in the new education policy to connect students with employment. Vocational education will also be available to students from class VI across the country. The help of others including skill development will be taken to determine its curriculum.

3. 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 format will start
 Now the first five years of school will include three years of pre-primary school and foundation stage including class one and class 2. A new curriculum will be prepared for five years of studies. The next three-year stage will be from class 3 to 5. After this, the middle stage of 3 years will come i.e. the stage from class 6 to 8. The child will be given professional and skill education from the sixth. Internship will also be conducted at local level. The fourth stage (classes 9 to 12) will be 4 years old. In this, students will have the freedom to choose the subject. Any business course with science or mathematics will be exempted

4. Study in mother tongue till fifth grade
 In the new education policy, education will be provided in the mother tongue only till the fifth and up to the eighth as far as possible.

 5. Assessment of children in schools will be like this
 There will be a significant change in the report card of the country's children. They will be assessed at three levels. One will be a student himself, another is a classmate and third is his teacher. National Assessment Center-Parakh will be created which will periodically test the learning ability of children.
 He has said that information of weekly timetable should be widely disseminated so that students can get regular information.  

Parents should also be informed about this through the parent association.  Timetables and class-wise students should send information about watching videos to the Directorate of the Board of Directors of Joint Education and the Council of Secondary Education.

HOME LEARNING 2020. Home Learning Study materials Video |Standard 9th | DD Girnar-Diksha Portal Video


HOME LEARNING 2020. Home Learning Study materials Video |Standard 9th | DD Girnar-Diksha Portal Video

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