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HRD Ministry announces guidelines for online classes; Recommends restriction on the screen time

yashwanth05852

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The HRD Ministry has suggested that the online classes for pre-primary students should not be for more than 30 minutes sessions of upto 45 minutes each should be conducted in a day. The guidelines have been issued a day. For Classes 1st to 8th, it has suggested that not more than two online keeping in mind the overall development of the students with an aim to cut down undue screen time. For the senior students, from class 9th to 12th, the Ministry has suggested to limit the online classes to a maximum of four sessions of upto 45 minutes each.

HRD Ministry announces guidelines for online classes; Recommends restriction on the screen time
 

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They should also release a guideline for fees cut. Private school are robbing these parents. The money used for current bill, transport and other stuffs not getting used, should be discounted. Same with UGC.
 

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HRD Ministry is a joke. All the power is in the hand's of HM.
HRD Ministry forcing all states to conduct final year exam of UG students. Which is ridiculous.
 
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