NCERT: 27% Of Students Not Have Smartphones, 28% Lack of Electricity

NCERT: 27% Of Students Not Have Smartphones, 28% Lack of Electricity

27% Of Students Not Have Smartphones, 28% Lack of Electricity: NCERT – According to a survey done by NCERT (National Council Of Educational Research and Training) the 27 per cent of the students do not have the access to the Internet or they do not have any smartphone or device from where they can take online classes. 

And according to the other survey 28 per cent of the student does not have electricity in their home. Means there are many issues with the electricity or power supply due to which students are facing many problems on attending their online classes or studying online.

This survey is done for to know about the student’s problems and then the government will work on the issues and fix them as soon as possible. 

In this survey, around 34,000 students participated including schools teachers, principal, parents/guardians. 

Well, this is a very huge issue which many students are facing. Recently CBSE also did a survey to know that problem of students and found many problems. 

Almost half of the students didn’t have the textbooks to read. However, the e-books or the copy of textbooks are available on the website of NCERT and in many more website’s, also most of the books are available on the Diksha platform

The ministers noted the problem or the situations which most of the students are facing and due to them, they are unable to attend their online classes.

Conclusion

Well, as government get to know about the problems of students, they take many actions to solve the problem of them. 27% Of Students Not Have Smartphones, 28% Lack of Electricity: NCERT

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