The commission member in his order said the instructions were binding to all educational institutions following all streams, including CBSE and ICSE and the state general education department should issue specific orders by clarifying the same separately.
Recorded classes would address the problems of students facing feeble internet connectivity. It would also help a lot the students who use the mobile device of their parents for accessing the classes. Since a whole lot of students attending the online classes are very young, they should not lose classes for connectivity or any other problems during the live class sessions, commission said. Recorded classes would help the children of parents who go out for their work during the class time and are not able to provide dedicated laptop or mobile devises to their children.
“The practice of including all students of a particular standard in a single session should be discouraged. Classes should be conducted division wise so that students would get more opportunities for interaction”, the order said. The online education system was introduced in Kerala in view of the challenges posed by Covid19 pandemic. When a system is newly introduced, it’s a must that difficulties faced by students should be addressed without fail, the
commission order said.