Online classes with the help of Google’s various Internet tools : New step by Maharashtra Govt
Mumbai. Children’s education is greatly affected in the Corona epidemic. In such a situation, the only option available is to have children online classes. Keeping this in mind, the Government of Maharashtra has entered into a major agreement with the Google company. This agreement has been made for conducting online classes for the new academic session of the Government of Maharashtra. Under this, students and teachers will get access to Google Classroom and G Suite which will help support remote learning.
Online classes will be conducted with the help of Google’s various Internet tools. In collaboration with the state government and Google, 2.3 crore students of the state will be benefited through this. Students, teachers of all schools under the state will be given access to ‘Google Classroom’ and ‘G-Suite’ under ‘Google for Education’ for virtual classroom and remote learning. This tool will enable interactive sessions and will help teachers to understand the chapter. With this, the teachers will be able to explain the various topics from their home like class, on the other hand, on the other hand, the students will be able to ask questions from the teachers at home and ask direct questions from the teacher. Teachers will upload homework and teachers will be able to check them online.
Explain that the Maharashtra government had given permission to organize classes for students of classes 1 to 8 in the state schools, but there were technical problems in organizing online classes. To overcome this problem, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday launched the scheme. Under the agreement between Google and the Government of Maharashtra, 1.09 lakh schools will come to the state. These include all government, private, aided and unaided schools. In these 1.09 lakh schools, 2.3 crore students will be given online education.