Mumbai: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday announced that his government is starting “India’s first virtual school” called Delhi Model Virtual School, affiliated with the Delhi Board of School Education.
“Today, we are launching India’s first virtual school affiliated to the Delhi Board of School Education- Delhi Model Virtual School. We are inviting admission applications for class 9 from today. Students from all over the country can apply for admission,” PTI quoted Delhi CM as saying.
“Today, we are beginning India’s most memorable virtual school-Delhi Model Virtual School, associated with the Delhi Board of School Education. We’re welcoming affirmation applications for Class 9 from today. Understudies from everywhere the nation can apply for affirmation,” PTI cited Delhi CM as saying.
According to the declaration, the school has been sent off for kids who can’t go to class actually for any reason.
The office will likewise be utilized for getting ready understudies for cutthroat tests like JEE, NEET and CUET.
“Understudies can go to live classes and access kept class meetings and review material in Delhi Model Virtual School. We will likewise assist the understudies with getting ready for cutthroat tests like JEE and NEET,” said Kejriwal. Extraordinary instructors have been employed for this reason.
“Ability-based schooling will likewise be given to the understudies who need to work part-time,” said Kejriwal.
To get to the stage, understudies will be given an ID and secret word utilizing which they can log in and go to classes. The stage will likewise give offices like advanced libraries, recorded addresses, and so on. Kejriwal uncovered that the stage has been created by Google and School Net India.
“There are numerous youngsters who can’t go to class since issues like the school are being far away or different hindrances. Many guardians don’t get their little girls instructed since they would rather not send them out.
“We are beginning this virtual school to guarantee they get taught. This school is propelled by virtual classes that had been required because of the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.