The Union’s Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal, has issued guidelines for the education of migrant children across the country. The government will identify the school for disadvantaged children as part of this initiative, whose studies have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The government will enroll these students in online classes or assist them with physical classes.
As part of the guidelines issued for children, the government, with the help of teachers and volunteers led by the school, will identify 6-year-old Extracurricular Children (OsSC) and Children with Special Needs (CWSN) at age 18 in door-to-door investigation and investigation. After school children and children with special needs are educated with the support of the community through in-home classes and out-of-home training.
The government will also conduct student enrollment drives at the beginning of the school year as part of the Chalo Abhiyaan and Praveshotsav school, which will include keeping records of student attendance to ensure regular student attendance.
Awareness of COVID-19 will be ensured, including the use of masks, the use of hand sanitizer, and the maintenance of social distancing on school premises. Students also receive guidance to assist them during the online class and maturing schools.
The Ministry of Education will also encourage the use of the NISHTHA online training modules, which will be available on the DIKSHA portal, to provide reading material for students, but not Internet access for immigrant students still guaranteed. The government has also relaxed the rules for detaining students in order to reduce dropout rates.