The education system that will shape the future of the country’s youth is also disturbed due to the Corona epidemic. The educational institutions of the country are taking various steps to make the education system accessible. Meanwhile, Kamla Nehru College of Delhi University has started a unique initiative called Recharge the Learning.
To make education accessible to all, most of the educational institutions are trying to reach all the students through the online process.
Students facing any difficulty with the online education system, there is a vast section of financially weak students.
They are unable to participate in getting online education due to a lack of internet data recharge to take four-five-hour classes daily. Many teachers of Kamla Nehru College have expressed their condolences on this serious problem.
College Principal Dr. Kalpana Bhakuni has run a mission called ‘Recharge the Learning’ to solve the problems of the students. She says that there is still about half a semester left and so far it is estimated that online classes can be run till December.
In such a situation, many students may have to face more crisis in the coming two-three months.
For this, a grant made by mutual support of many members will recharge the data of those students who are unable to regularly recharge the data for the online class.
The initiative of ‘Recharge the learning’ itself has become an outstanding example in the crisis of Covid-19.
Under this, many needy students of the college can be given monthly data recharge for three months. If seen through this, their learning will be recharged in the Covid-19 era.