State Collaborates With Google To Start Virtual Classes

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Source: Hindustan times

To deliver online education to students, the Maharashtra Government has collaborated with Google on Thursday. Google Classroom and G Suite will be used now by learners and educators for remote learning. CM Uddhav Thackeray launched the programme on Thursday which is supposed to assist 22.03 million school-going children. The CM mentioned, "Maharashtra is the first state in the country that is launching such a project. Coronavirus has forced us to adopt changes that were supposed to come in the future.”

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Dinkar Patil, Director of MSCERT shared, "Around 250 participants can attend it at a time. Teachers can make their audio or video presentations; students can clear their doubts, and upload homework and assignments. Even parents can submit their complaints or suggestions through the system.”

“We have got responses from 1.34 lakh teachers within 48 hours after floating an invitation link for Google Classroom training. The process of teacher training is going to be started on August 7. We are turning the crisis into an opportunity," Varsha Gaikwad, School Education Minister shared.

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