“There is no on-line education in Tamil Nadu – plan to teach a lesson through TV” – Minister Sengottaiyan. Senkottaiyan said that there is no online guidance in Tamil Nadu and the lesson will be taught through TV. Schools and colleges are closed due to the Corona curfew. Several educational institutions, including private schools, have started taking classes online. It is reported that the government is planning to launch online classes for government and state-funded school students and the minister will be launching the program from July 13th. The Minister of Education, Sengottaiyan, who explained the situation today, said there is no online education and plans to teach a lesson through TV.
Sengottaiyan said, “Online classes are conducted through educational television channels. Classes are to be broadcast not only in educational television but also in Thanthi, Polimer, Puthiya thalaimurai and Pothigai television channels
The Government has set aside a certain amount of time each day for each television and plans to broadcast lessons for some classes. Plus-2 students only have a laptop, so they can download and deliver all the lessons. Asking questions only happens once a week. A timetable for this is being prepared. This Class is to be launched by the Minister from July 13th onwards
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