Virtual Classes to begin in Dehradun Schools, Shortage of Teachers is not an Issue Anymore
Uttrakhand is starting Virtual classes in 500 schools of the state from today, November 16, 2019. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Education Minister Arvind Pandey will inaugurate it from Rajiv Gandhi Navodaya Vidyalaya Nunarkheda. 

It has been assumed that the project will benefit one lakh 90 thousand children of the state.

According to Media Reports, Education Minister Arvind Pandey said that 500 schools will be added to this scheme in the first phase and 600 schools in the second phase.

With the help of virtual classes, the condition of schools in remote areas and mountain areas can be seen live from the centre situated in Dehradun. Through this, the education quality of the state will improve.

"Virtual classroom is the latest technology. It is modern from the Smart Classroom and ICT Lab. Through virtual classrooms, communication can be live with children, teachers, parents, and others.' Education Minister Arvind Pandey added to his statement.

Through virtual classes, if the teacher of any particular subject is not available in the school still the education can be continued through virtual classes.

Schools can be monitored through this. This will prevent teachers from being absent from school without permission, including schools in remote areas. For this, four central studios will be built in Dehradun.

District-wise virtual classroom in the state
 
District Virtual Classroom
Almora 52
Bageshwar 10
Chamoli 45
Champawat 15
Dehradun 46
Haridwar 10
Nainital 61
Pauri 82
Pithoragarh 40
Rudraprayag 21
Tehri 52
Udham Singh Nagar 33
Uttarkashi 33



Highlights:

- Uttrakhand is starting the Virtual classes in 500 schools of the state from today, November 16, 2019.
- Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Education Minister Arvind Pandey will inaugurate it from Rajiv Gandhi Navodaya Vidyalaya Nunarkheda. 
- It has been assumed that the project will benefit one lakh 90 thousand children of the state.
- According to Media Reports, Education Minister Arvind Pandey said that 500 schools will be added to this scheme in the first phase and 600 schools in the second phase.