The Ministry of Education has written to states and union territories outlining a plan for learning recovery in order to maintain a continuous learning experience and to limit the impact of the epidemic.
This includes financial assistance for children, subsidies for elementary school instructors to acquire tablets, and Rs 20 lakh each state and union territory to perform oral reading fluency (ORF) research. “A comprehensive learning recovery plan (LRP) has been developed, outlining the actions to be taken by each stakeholder, an indicative annual calendar of activities, existing interventions that can be used, and additional support with funding as a one-time measure.”
“In order to limit the consequences of the pandemic, an immediate and adequate plan to establish a continuum of learning is required”. In the letter to the states and union territories, the ministry stated, “We have taken a multi-pronged and comprehensive strategy to ensure that children get appropriate support”.
According to data published by the municipal health department on Thursday, Delhi recorded 2,668 new COVID-19 cases and 13 fatalities, with the positive rate dropping to 4.3%. According to the most recent health bulletin, this brings the national capital’s case count to 18,38,647 and the death toll to 25,932.