Intending to diminish the students’ discomfort amid the lockdown period, the Mizoram Government took an exclusive decision. The officials of the Government planned to initiate virtual classes on TV from 13th April 2020. The school education department of the state has decided to teach the students through TV. This official announcement has been made on Saturday through an official notice.
As per the notice, the classes will be telecasted every week except Sunday on Doordarshan Kendra Aizawl. Every day, starting from Monday, the initial half-hour lessons will be commenced at 3.05 PM for the 10th class students. The notice further says that the students can learn the lessons of Mathematics and Science subjects through the TV telecast program.
The television classes will be organized for the students of the remaining classes as well. Another notable point is that the Mizoram State Government had closed all the schools and colleges on 17th March. Intending to stop the further outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and as a precautionary step, the Government had closed all the educational institutions.
Due to the further extension of the nationwide lockdown till 30th April 2020, the Government has informed the students to attend the television classes regularly. We all know that the Indian Government has extended the lockdown due to the exponential rise in the COVID-19 cases across the nation.
According to the latest schedule, the official education calendar was commenced from 1st April. The Education Minister of Mizoram, Lalchhandam previously said that the schools will be reopened once the pandemic condition in the state comes back to normal. As of now, the Government hasn’t announced the precise date of reopening the schools in the state of Mizoram.
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