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Daily Home Learning Video AND Textbook std 9 to 12

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  • Home Learning and Textbooks Std. 9th to 12th.

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‘Don’t worry, Zoom into their lives with online classes!’ This has been the war cry of the many a university during the present lockdown. Most Deans look hopefully at a web solution to the unexpected advent of Covid-19. The thought that nags all is that while it might be fairly easy to attach to at least one set of scholars , reaching others through the web would be tough. Then, not only would pedagogy be compromised, but the inequity in terms of what one can deliver to students becomes glaring: a digital divide that's evident in teaching resources that a student has access to. that a lot of public institutions haven't even tried the web option point to such problems is becoming a source of real worry to administrators.

Difference between at-home and in-general access to internet

According to data collected by the National Sample Survey as a neighborhood of the Survey on Education (2014), only 27% of households in India have some member with access to internet. Access to internet doesn't necessarily mean that a household actually has internet reception . In fact, only half the households (47%) that have any access to internet own a computer (including a smartphone). While direct estimates on what percentage households have internet access reception are hard to urge , one can make a rough estimate by assuming that those that have internet reception report some internet access generally , and report possession of a tool which will be wont to continue the online .







Using this definition, only 12.5% of the households of scholars in India have internet access reception . there's an urban-rural divide: 27% have access in urban areas and only 5% in rural areas. Given the present crises, this doesn't augur well for holding online classes for college kids who have gone back home. it's perhaps this view that creates people apprehensive about online classes.


The distinction between home and in-general access to internet is vital during these times. The gap exposes starkly for a few states of India. While 51% of rural households in Kerala have access to the web through a myriad of sources, only 23% of rural households have access reception ; the difference is even starker for states like Andhra Pradesh where 30% of rural households have access to internet but only 2% are likely to possess access at home.

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