Delhi University is regulating the academic session online due to COVID-19. Teachers are holding online classes of students of Delhi University from August 10. In order to determine the use and benefit of online education, the Delhi Teachers Association decided to take feedback from the students.
They want to conduct a survey, the data of which will get ready within one month. Teachers want to know how many students are able to take online classes. On Monday, Delhi Teachers Association said that there are many students who are not able to take online classes. Students cannot access to proper internet connection, smartphones, laptops, and wifi. This is the main reason why they are not able to attend online classes.
DELHI TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OBSERVATION ON THE ACADEMIC SESSION
Students with disabilities are the most affected of this issue. Delhi University began the academic session on August 10. Teachers are conducting online classes for a month. Students of third and fifth semesters are attending online classes.
STATEMENT OF THE IN-CHARGE OF DELHI TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The in-charge of Delhi Teachers Association Hansraj Suman said that 40 to 50 percent of students attend online classes. Students who attend online classes have access to internet connection. DU students do not have books or syllabus. They just listen to what the teacher is teaching. Due to improper access to internet connection and books, students do not attend online classes.
DELHI TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OBSERVED LACK OF BOOKS
Hansraj Suman said that Delhi University colleges began online education last month. As per the feedback of students, many of them are not able to attend online classes. Also, there are many students who stay in other states like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh. Some of the states are Uttarakhand, Meghalaya, Assam, Goa, and many more. Many students stay in those areas in which there is less internet connection and electricity. Due to lockdown, students cannot go to shops and libraries to get books.
TEACHERS DO NOT KNOW THE TEACHING MECHANISM IN ONLINE CLASSES
According to Delhi Teachers Association, teachers are also not clear about the mechanism of teaching in one hour class. Although teachers from their side are trying their best to teach students. In an hour online class there is a communication gap between the teacher and students. Students only listen to what the teacher is speaking in an online class.
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