Maharashtra FYJC online classes 2020: 2.18 lakh students attend on day one – education
The state education department will begin broadcasting specific lectures online for First Year Junior College (FYJC) students beginning November 5.
On Monday, the department started online classes for FYJC students after a delay in starting classes due to interim tenure in Maratha’s share of jobs and education.
On the first day of the online session, nearly 2.18 thousand students attended classes taught by the department on YouTube.
“In the first days, classes will be given on topics common to all currents, including languages. Stream specific classes will begin on November 5. As of Monday, 1.20 lakh students had signed up for the classes, ”said an official from the education department.
State Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said: “They have started online conferences so that there is no further delay in doing so. The prime minister will announce a decision shortly to restart admissions. “
Students who wish to join classes online can register on the department’s portal. covid19.scertmaha.ac.in/eleventh and then you will get details about the class schedule and schedule in your email.
All these classes will also be available on YouTube live, the education department said.
Teachers said the first classes will be like introductory sessions for students. “It has been seven months since the students have been home, and therefore the teaching process must begin carefully to ensure that students understand what they are learning,” said one teacher who led an online class.