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Home Learning Sikshak Dainik Nondhpothi and Paripatra

Gujarat CM to launch ‘home learning’ for classes 3-12 on June 15
Apart from this, similar programmes will be run by the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geo-informatics (BISAG) on the Vande Gujarat channel.

With schools in Gujarat remaining shut due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will be launching a “home learning” initiative at 8 am on DD Girnar on June 15, the date when government schools usually reopen after summer vacations in the state.

The telecast of educational programmes will cover students between classes three and 12, stated an official release. Apart from this, similar programmes will be run by the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geo-informatics (BISAG) on the Vande Gujarat channel.

In March, just before the lockdown was first announced, the state education department had roped in around nine private channels and Doordarshan to beam classes into homes for all government schools, under the Study From Home (SFW) initiative. Nearly 66 per cent students from government schools were covered by the SFW.

Digital content has increased as more households have accessed the Internet. Expanded access has made it easier for people to receive their news and watch television online, challenging the popularity of traditional platforms. Increased Internet access has also led to the mass publication of digital content through individuals in the form of e-books, blog posts, and even Facebook posts.

At the beginning of the Digital Revolution, computers facilitated the discovery, retrieval, and creation of new information in all fields of human knowledge. As information became increasingly accessible, the Digital Revolution also made it easier to create digital content. Despite an evolution towards digital technology, which occurred sometime between the late 1950s and 1970s, the distribution of digital content did not begin until the late 1990s with the rise in popularity of the Internet.


Under the initiative which will mark the beginning of formal schooling in Gujarat this year, arrangements have also been made to provide printed worksheets to students of classes one-eight who do not have mobiles or televisions, the release added. Apart from this, teachers are also distributing books to children at their homes, said the statement from the government.

Under this programme, respective teachers will be calling up children on their mobiles and providing necessary instructions and guidance.
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Home Learning Sikshak Dainik Nondhpothi and Paripatra

Gujarat CM to launch ‘home learning’ for classes 3-12 on June 15
Apart from this, similar programmes will be run by the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geo-informatics (BISAG) on the Vande Gujarat channel.

With schools in Gujarat remaining shut due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will be launching a “home learning” initiative at 8 am on DD Girnar on June 15, the date when government schools usually reopen after summer vacations in the state.

The telecast of educational programmes will cover students between classes three and 12, stated an official release. Apart from this, similar programmes will be run by the Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geo-informatics (BISAG) on the Vande Gujarat channel.

In March, just before the lockdown was first announced, the state education department had roped in around nine private channels and Doordarshan to beam classes into homes for all government schools, under the Study From Home (SFW) initiative. Nearly 66 per cent students from government schools were covered by the SFW.

Digital content has increased as more households have accessed the Internet. Expanded access has made it easier for people to receive their news and watch television online, challenging the popularity of traditional platforms. Increased Internet access has also led to the mass publication of digital content through individuals in the form of e-books, blog posts, and even Facebook posts.

At the beginning of the Digital Revolution, computers facilitated the discovery, retrieval, and creation of new information in all fields of human knowledge. As information became increasingly accessible, the Digital Revolution also made it easier to create digital content. Despite an evolution towards digital technology, which occurred sometime between the late 1950s and 1970s, the distribution of digital content did not begin until the late 1990s with the rise in popularity of the Internet.


Under the initiative which will mark the beginning of formal schooling in Gujarat this year, arrangements have also been made to provide printed worksheets to students of classes one-eight who do not have mobiles or televisions, the release added. Apart from this, teachers are also distributing books to children at their homes, said the statement from the government.

Under this programme, respective teachers will be calling up children on their mobiles and providing necessary instructions and guidance.
Download All Documents of Home Learning from below links.

 Nopdf/excel Download 
 1pdf fileClick Here 
 2excel file Click Here  
 3excel file Click Here 
 4Paripatra  Click Here

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