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Online class taken over by the public – TP Ramakrishnan

Online class taken over by the public – TP Ramakrishnan674 for education centers started in the district.

Labor Minister TP Ramakrishnan says that the online classes, that started with the Covid pandemic, has been taken over by the general public. The minister was speaking at the inauguration of the district level online classes at the Collectorate Conference Hall.
There should not be a single child kept away from online education due to lack of fecilities. All students in the district will be provided with learning facilities in their homes or public study centers. The minister said that the attention of the officials and volunteers should be paid to this.

When other states passed the students without taking their exams, due to the fear of Covid 19, we took up the challenge. The exams were carried out in full compliance with the safety standards prescribed by the health department. The state is now reaching new heights in the field of education. Online learning style is getting accepted even by the locals. Learning in the classroom is our goal. In the current situation, it is difficult. The minister said the online classes are being carried out with great planning. The Minister congratulated all the officials and other activists in the education sector who were involved in the activities of the online classes.

There are 4407 students enrolled in 674 study centers across the district. There are 233 libraries, 182 Anganwadis, 88 cultural centers and 41 arts and sports clubs. In addition, there are 130 centers in BRC halls, cluster centers, talent centers, child care centers, Akshaya centers, day care homes, autism centers, buds schools, pain and palliative centers, knowledge centers and various auditoriums. A wide range of field donations have also been made available to 3093 students to study at home. The study centers have been set up by the BRC on the basis of information given by each school, and by calling children and inquiring about facilities.

A Pradeep Kumar MLA presided over the function. MLAs MK Muneer, CK Nanu, Purushan Kadalundi, PTA Raheem, Mayor Thottathil Raveendran, District Panchayat President Babu Parassery, District Collector Sambasiva Rao, SERT Director Dr P Prasad, Mukkam Mohammed Radhakrishna Master, B. Madhu, Shelva Mani, Suresh Kumar, KV Padmanabhan and various department heads participated. Comprehensive Education District Project Coordinator AK Abdul Hakim presented the report. Assistant Vice-Director of Education VP Mini welcomed the gathering. Gokula Krishnan expressed the vote of thanks.

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