COVID pandemic banned students from borrowing books from libraries: MoE – The Dispatch


SRINAGAR: Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, students in most public schools did not borrow books from the libraries of their respective hunches, the Department of Education (MoE) said.

Official documents from the Ministry of Education for the Government of India (GoI) indicate that books in most public schools were not borrowed by students during the pandemic.

“It has been noticed that although most schools now have libraries, books are not being borrowed during the pandemic,” the Department of the Environment said. The Ministry of Education has asked the authorities concerned to ensure that the books reach the homes of students in public schools.

“The authorities must ensure that every book in the school library reaches the children – at least one new book per month so that the children get into the habit of reading.” “

The education ministry also said teachers can review the knowledge gained either online or when schools reopen.

“With the current wave of C0VID, which is more virulent and spreading faster, there has been an urgent need to plan for the challenges ahead and prepare to progress for the benefit of students, parents, the community. community and all stakeholders involved in this lawsuit, ”said the Ministry of Education. said at a meeting of the Project Approval Board (PAB).

“Therefore, from a holistic perspective, the ministry has prepared a comprehensive COVID response document consolidating all previous guidelines and interventions to mitigate the impact of the pandemic,” the PAB meeting minutes read.

The education ministry said the directive was released on May 4, 2021 and outlined a detailed action plan and timelines for all stakeholders involved in access, retention, empowerment. lifelong learning capabilities and stakeholder engagement.– (After-sales service)

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