Tripura comes with ‘Play little Study little’ scheme 2020
There is great uncertainty of opening of the educational institutes due to the extended nationwide lockdown for COVID-19. In this situation, the Tripura government has come up with the initiative of ‘Ektu Khelo, Ektu Padho’ scheme. It means, ‘Play Little, Study Little.’ The school students are the target group of the scheme launch. Through this, it can motivate the students for the exchange of education as well as fun activities. Read on to know more about the entitled scheme.
Launch details of the scheme
- 1 Launch details of the scheme
- 2 Features of the scheme
- 3 FAQ
|Name of the scheme||Play little Study little|
|Target group of the scheme||Children unable to attend school due to COVID-19|
|Main focus of scheme||Offer educational facilities via video and audio content to school students|
|Initiative of the scheme taken by||Education state headquarter will provide academic content to headmasters|
|Benefits of the scheme||Headmasters will offer educational content to the students|
Features of the scheme
Main objective of the scheme –
The main idea of the scheme is to offer educational content to students through a parent’s smartphone. The lessons will be sent daily so that they can carry on with their education despite lockdown. This shall continue until the school reopens.
Target group of the scheme –
The target group of the scheme is the school kids who are unable to attend school due to the lockdown for the pandemic. It should help the students to invest time in studies.
Benefits offered by scheme –
Students can be engaged in education from home as the reopening of the schools is uncertain on the grounds of COVID-19. Educational projects and fun activities will be included in this scheme that will be sent to the students.
The education state headquarters will be responsible for sending the content to academic coordinators. The coordinators, in turn, shall send the material to school headmasters who will hand it over to the teachers. It will be sent to the parents to help their wards.
Facilities of online classes –
After the lockdown, the online courses are offered through social media platform and TV channels for the convenience of the students. But some could not attend the same due to poor internet connectivity issues.
Total beneficiaries to be covered for the scheme –
In Tripura, there is a total of 4398 government and aided schools along with 335 private ones that are included to avail of the scheme benefits.
Residential details –
As the Tripura government has initiated the scheme, only the students of the state are eligible to get the scheme benefits.
The main benefit of the scheme is to offer educational guidance and help students stay engaged in studying even during the lockdown phases.
School students whose studies are hampered due to the nationwide lockdown are the target ones. Through the spread of the academic content, it shall help them stay connected with teachers and invest more time in studies.
The headmaster will get the materials from academic coordinators. The headmasters will give it to the teachers to be forwarded to the parents of the wards.
All government aid and private school students in Tripura are eligible to avail of the scheme benefits.
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