Online Education Not Substitute For School Education

Online Education Not Substitute For School Education To Keep Learning Process Moving, Manish Sisodia

Online Education Not Substitute For School EducationThe Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Manish Sisodia recently said that online education does not substitute for school education and to keep the learning moving.

Well, he said right. No online studies and online classes can be the substitute for the School. But as well know that due to this pandemic schools have no option instead of online classes.

Because of online studies, students can study. Some days before Mr. Manish Sisodia who is also the Delhi‘s Education Minister interacted with some teachers of the government schools and also with the parents of some students and analyze the condition of online classes.

Students are facing very huge loss in studies due to this pandemic. Manish Sisodia also told that many students are not active in their online classes and not studying as well. That’s why the online classes can’t be the substitute of online classes.

Most of the state government are planning to open the schools with some rules and regulation of the safety so that students can continue their studies. 

During the interaction of Sisodia with students parents, some parents said that there should be online video conferencing PTM. So that they can discuss their problem they are facing with there children. Because some of the students are not attending online classes.

Mr. Manish Sisodia also said that they are planning to re-open schools very soon.


So I’ve told you all the details which Mr. Manish Sisodia told but the main thing is that they told that Online Education Not Substitute For School Education.

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