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Teacher in Chhattisgarh uses unique way to teach students

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A teacher in Chhattisgarh has gone extra mile to impart lessons to students who are missing out on their classes in this pandemic.

A teacher named Rudra Rana, in the Koriya district of Chhattisgarh, is winning hearts on the internet for starting mohalla classes for children in the area. The teacher is trying to bring education to students as they cannot go to schools. Many students don’t have access to online education in the area and its huge help for them.

The teacher teaches the number counting and addition by singing a rhyme as a question. The students reply and cheerful their responses were. Students are enjoying the process the new process of learning.

Also read: Chhattisgarh Board declares CG Board 12th result 2020

Another teacher in the Koriya district’s Phatpani region travels around on his bike with an LED TV strapped to the vehicle, teaching children who do not have access to the internet. Ashok Lodhi, a government school teacher, has been hailed as ‘Cinema Wale Babu’ for his creative way of teaching students from class 1-5.

The coronavirus pandemic has affected the education system all across the world. However, with the help of the internet, some students are able to take classes on applications like zoom and skype. In India, the situation is a bit worrying as many underprivileged children in the country are without smartphones and the internet.

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