Kumar said, ‘There have been radical changes in the education system after Corona. Students have to get education both online and offline. In this background, the number of educational channels is being increased so that students can get quality education for free. Accordingly, it has been decided to increase that number to 200. It is planned that each state will get four to five channels. Through this channel, the curriculum from 1st to 12th will be taught. As these are all free to air channels, all students can benefit from it.’
Around 7200 counselors will be appointed to interact with the students and make them more mentally capable. There are about 7200 blocks in the country, under which many schools are functioning. Therefore, these schools will get counselors in the coming period, Kumar also explained.
G-20 working group meeting
June 17 to June 22 : Educational Exhibition (Educational Experiments, Activities, Technology Projects)
June 17 and 18: Conference of Secretaries of various States on Basic Literacy and Numeracy
June 19: Teaching Learning Approaches (Session 1), Parents’ Role : Socio-Emotional Skills (Session 2)
June 20: Heritage walk and discussion on G-20 education draft
June 21: Yoga Day program and discussion on G-20 education
June 22: Meeting of Education Ministers
of educational exhibition
organized in the university
On the occasion of the G-20 Conference, a free exhibition on ‘Basic Literacy and Numeracy’ has been organized at Pune University’s Khashaba Jadhav Stadium from 17 to 22 June from 10 am to 6 pm. Rajesh Pandey, coordinator of the G-20 Conference Coordinating Committee, informed that it is planned that five lakh Punekars will visit this exhibition. Basic literacy and numeracy teaching methods to strengthen the foundation of education for children aged three to nine; Also, new educational tools based on modern technology are included in the exhibition. The exhibition will feature tools that will arouse the curiosity of students, parents, teachers and common citizens. With these tools, students can enjoy creative learning while playing and laughing.
Meeting of Educational Institutions
In connection with the exhibition, a meeting of educational institutions in Pune was held in the presence of Guardian Minister Chandrakant Patil. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Suresh Gosavi, Management Committee Member Ravindra Shingnapurkar, Dr. Aditya Abhyankar was present. Around one and a half lakh students and teachers from schools of education departments of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipalities are going to visit the exhibition. Rajesh Pandey said that PMPML has arranged a free bus for it.