DMK opposes online course for schoolchildren | Chennai News


M K Stalin

CHENNAI: DMK has compared the online method of instruction for college pupils in Tamil Nadu. In a statement on Wednesday, DMK president M K Stalin stated not all pupils have the facility to find out online.
“from this 1. 31 crore school pupils, 60percent are in the rural regions of Tamil Nadu. These pupils do not have laptops or smartphones or laptops. More than anything else, rapid or Wi-Fi broadband connection isn’t available. Whenever there isn’t any suitable infrastructure, how can it be possible for these students to find out online,” requested Stalin.
A committee set up by the state authorities to indicate the syllabus for its 2020-21 season is to submit its own report.
“Just after the committee submits its report, the pupils will come to understand what type of applications is required for them to understand their courses. School education minister K A Sengottaiyan had declared that tabs could be supplied to students studying in classes VIII, IX and X. But now it hasn’t yet been awarded to the pupils,” said Stalin.
The schooling TV station has been viewed only by some pupils and it was a large question if it might be understood in most homes, said Stalin.
“The authorities should go forward with online instruction for pupils without providing good infrastructure. At any moment, direct instruction cannot be an option to online instruction as pupils might be unable to ask questions and clear their doubts,” said Stalin.
The online instruction would split students according to haves and have nots, ” he explained.
“Online education might raise anxiety in students. It’s also not great for their own eyes and overall wellness. Consequently, the government should go forward with online instruction,” said Stalin.


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