The UGC has also sent notices to all universities and colleges regarding the exams conducted through 'Swayam'.
Odisha Plus-2 students will soon be able to attend online classes through YouTube live streaming. This information was given by Odisha School & Mass Education Minister, Samir Ranjan Dash on Wednesday (Aug 18).
After a long hiatus, schools across Odisha are going to reopen for Class 10th, 12th students for physical classes from Monday (July 26).
With the adoption of digital means to impart education during the pandemic, Odisha Higher Education Minister, Arun Sahoo today (July 8) announced the launch of E-lectures for undergraduate students in the state.
Odisha government has initiated a new method for teaching students who are deprived of online education in far flung regions of the state.
With the pandemic restrictions in place for more than a year, schools across the country have remained shut.
The Covid-19 pandemic-induced lockdown has left each and every sector in disarray and education is no exception.
With the pandemic not relenting, the entire state was forced to adopt online teaching and learning through YouTube live streaming classes.
Though online YouTube learning has kicked off in Odisha, out of around 66 lakh students, only around 12 lakh students are reportedly attending the classes.
With concerns growing over online classes in Odisha, School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Tuesday (June 23) informed that the state government has decided to reduce the syllabus of Class 9th and 10th this year too.
Schools and colleges across Odisha have remained closed for months in view of the Covid-19 pandemic. To come out of the crisis situation, the government kicked-off online YouTube live streaming of classes in the state from Monday (June 21).
OSSTA general secretary Prakash Chandra Mohanty said uninterrupted internet connectivity is required to carry out the online classes through YouTube.
The State Mass Education Department has released detailed guidelines for the online virtual live classes through YouTube streaming for the elementary standard of class 1 to 8.
A day after issuing a notification asking the District Education Officers (DEOs) to make elaborate arrangements for the live-streaming online classes for secondary school students on video-streaming website YouTube, the Odisha government on Friday came out with detailed guidelines for the smooth conduct of the virtual classes.
The Odisha government on Saturday clarified that there will be no physical classroom teaching in any universities or colleges but only online classes will resume after the end of summer vacation next week.
Basing on the success of the video classes organised during the first wave of COVID-19 last year, the department has decided to resume the same setup this year too.
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