Tribune News Service
Amritsar, January 19
As the Education Department released datesheet for board classes, the government schools in the district have started the preparations to help students with extra classes. With the shift to online education, the extra classes being offered by schools is an attempt to fill gaps left behind in completing the syllabus and clearing the concepts.
DEO Satinderbir Singh has also asked the school heads to implement innovative methods to make use of the Punjab Educare application to help students prepare for board exams. The department has also installed LED projectors in schools to ensure that students learn from the digital application. “In order to help students prepare for ensuing board examinations, the school heads and teachers should sensitise students to the app’s utility with the help of LED projectors available in the classrooms in schools,” said Satinderbir Singh.
Divulging details, he said the teachers of the government schools could made students aware of the use of Punjab Educare app in their respective classes. “The school teachers can download the Punjab Educare app by connecting their mobile phones to smart LED or projector via Wi-Fi. It would help them have access to revised syllabus, question banks, daily assignments, model question papers, practice sheets of different subjects as well as latest updates to ensure meticulous and micro planning with regard to the preparation for the annual examination,” he said. The district has around 50 digital classrooms in 25 schools with LED projectors installed and more schools are likely to get similar digital classrooms.
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