In the current lockdown, the city schools and colleges have been almost closed for obvious reasons. However, the schools came out with online classes asking students from 5th onward to join their classes online. As per reports, the kids below 12 years were seen facing problems with the same. This led to concern from the parents raising their voice against it. Thus political outfits like Bajrang Dal took up this issue.
As per reports, the student front of the said political party was seen visiting the office of District Education Officer to submit a memorandum asking to stop the on-line classes for the students below 12 years of age as they were facing certain issues. The schools have changed their pattern converting into digital classes. However, this has added an excessive use of mobile phones by the students who have started facing health issues.
Also, the students belonging to the lower middle class were seen finding difficulty in getting the mobile phone for their children during the lockdown. Hence the delegation of the Student Front was seen visiting the educational office demanding a ban on the online classes for students below 12 years of age. The delegation had student leaders from the said political party. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us. In the meantime, if you have anything to share, do comment and let us know more about it.