Andhra Pradesh Teachers’ Federation State president Ok. Bhanumurthy has urged the federal government to introduce on-line classes for authorities college college students additionally since they lag behind the kids finding out in non-public and company faculties which accorded high precedence to the digital mode of educating.
Mr. Bhanumurthy on Tuesday strongly objected to the federal government’s order for the obligatory attendance of all lecturers to their respective faculties from Tuesday.
“As many as 2,500 teachers came to schools with much difficulty in the absence of the public transport system. There is no specific work for teachers in the absence of students. All teachers are willing to conduct online classes if the government is able to provide equipment to schools. It should also give laptops and smartphones for students so that they would attend online classes. The government can utilise the ‘Amma Vodi’ funds for the purpose,” Mr. Bhanumurthy informed The Hindu.
Federation State physique councillor Sadasivuni Sankara Rao requested the federal government to provide high precedence to digital classes for the reason that COVID-19 would proceed to be a risk for college students in close to future too. “Many parents may not send students to schools even if they are open. So utilisation of technology will certainly help the children of government schools,” he added.
According to sources, the lecturers, who work within the rural areas, strongly oppose the re-opening of colleges solely for lecturers. Lack of any transport facility to villages causes a lot inconvenience to girls lecturers.
Normally, many lecturers journey by RTC buses and catch auto-rickshaws to succeed in their respective faculties. APSRTC is working buses solely to some locations within the district. Auto drivers aren’t working autos fearing COVID-19. Moreover, there’s a restriction on the full variety of passengers.
The Commissioner of School Education has mentioned that attendance of lecturers has been made obligatory to rectify a number of lapses within the Unified District Information System for Education.
All headmasters and lecturers are suggested to fill the information precisely as zero knowledge with regard to enrollment of scholars and coaching programmes will result in many issues in future throughout the submission of particulars to the Union authorities and NITI Aayog.
“The data with regard to parents’ committee meetings, children with special needs, audio-video equipment, NCC, NSS, scouts, Red Cross, and library has to be submitted immediately. Because of it, we insist on the attendance of teachers to schools,” mentioned a senior officer of the Education Department.