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Challenges in Teaching Due to Corona and Solutions

 Anurag Sharma
2020-08-06 17:19:20

Dear all

( Marks of few of my students in offline batch
99/100 , 98/100, 96/100, 95/100, 94/100, 93/100, 92/100 )

As Corona is spreading and we are facing a problem that never happened before. A segment that is most affected are Students. Due to situation of schools and lack of techno friendly infrastructure in them and few other reasons like fee submission refusal by parents ( parents are also not at fault as financial condition is not good due to corona) only few students are getting online classes and network issue also there.

So in short from the point of view of students the problem is :
They are not getting proper classes and not able to go for tution or coaching and it will not be safe for around atleast next 6 months to send them for tution/coaching. And even after that most of the parents will not be financially capable to send them for that.

Solution : 
Many persons are giving effort to teach them online. 
 I also started a YouTube channel to teach Mathematics and Science NCERT to the students of class 7th to 10th completely free. 
Reasoning for SSC CGL /CHSL/MTS/CPO, BANKING EXAMS also available.

I am really putting very hard efforts to make videos of good quality for all classes daily so that students can do regular study. It's a small effort from my side to contribute in this field.
So if you are or your child is in respective classes then you can give response to this article.

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