- Teleschool was amongst a number of measures taken to make it potential for college students to proceed training, says Shafqat Mehmood
- Mehmood says authorities additionally launched Radio College to ship lectures to kids confined of their properties
- Govt to concentrate on trainer coaching, grownup studying, and training of out of faculty kids, Mehmood says
Citing a survey, Federal Minister for Training and Skilled Coaching Shafqat Mahmood has mentioned that seven to eight million college students benefited from the federal government’s tele-school initiative through the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking the ground within the Senate on Monday, Mahmood mentioned the federal government’s tele-school initiative was amongst a number of measures taken to make it potential for college students to proceed receiving their training through the coronavirus pandemic.
The minister mentioned the federal government additionally launched Radio College to ship lectures to kids confined of their properties, including, after coronavirus reached Pakistan early final 12 months and the colleges have been closed the federal government launched its distance studying programme.
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As many college students confronted the difficulty of non-availability of the web in far-flung and border areas, the Common Service Fund might be used to supply web entry and connectivity in all areas of the nation.
The federal government was engaged on facilitating blended studying with the usage of all of the out there applied sciences together with tablets, computer systems, and smartphones.
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Now the main target may also be on trainer coaching, grownup studying, and training of out of faculty kids, he added.