Students’ Learning Enhancement Guidelines PDF
Union Education Minister Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ virtually releases Students’ Learning Enhancement Guidelines in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion the Minister said that during the present-day epidemic of COVID-19, institutions under the Ministry of Education worked together and attempted to take school education to children at home through digital means.
In view of this, NCERT has prepared Students’ Learning Enhancement Guidelines on the direction of the Ministry of Education for the present situation and also for the post-pandemic situation. The Minister informed that these guidelines, models are suggested for the following three types of situations. Firstly, in which students do not have any digital resources. Secondly, in which students have limited digital resources available. Lastly, in which students have digital resources available for online education.
The Minister said that these guidelines emphasize the community working closely with the school to get learning materials such as workbooks, worksheets, etc. delivered at the doorsteps of children by teachers and volunteers. It also suggests teaching local students by volunteers or teachers setting up television at the community center and maintaining social distance norms.
Shri Pokhriyal informed that these guidelines also talks about setting up of a helpline at the community center with the help of members of the community and Panchayati Raj. It recommends the orientation of parents to support and participate in the learning of their children. He added that in all the three situations, use and implantation of Alternative Academic Calendar is suggested.
For more details download the Students’ Learning Enhancement Guidelines in PDF format using the link given below.