Ranchi: State education department has come up with a plan to help students of government schools who missed online classes during the pandemic to make up for the losses. It will be implemented in the new session in July 2022.
The department is working on the course module and preparing study materials for the plan. Rajesh Kumar Sharma, secretary, department of education and literacy, said, “The plan will benefit those students who were most affected with the closure of schools during the pandemic. Though online classes were conducted during that period, many of them could not attend classes owing to different reasons. The learning recovery plan will help in bridging the gap.”
Classes will be conducted outside the school from 4 pm to 6 pm. Anganwadi sevika and retired teachers will be engaged for the classes. A proper training will be provided to anganwadi sevikas who will teach students from classes I to III. Whereas, the retired teacher will teach students of middle and secondary classes.
Students of classes IV to X will be provided with supplementary books.

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