The government will be run classes on the remaining 70% syllabus which is divided into three sections, and said deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma on Thursday. In the first part, class-wise, subject-wise, and chapter-wise videos will be made which will be shown during online classes, and will be circulated among students through Doordarshan. The second part will comprise of study material which the students can study on their own. And the third part will comprise of project work to be done by the students.
Sharma said, experts have been asked to come up with an academic time table. On the basis of this, an academic calendar and concomitant curriculum will be designed. Accordingly, the government, said Sharma will come up with the standard operating procedures for teaching, evaluation, and monitoring at district, division, and state level.
Subject experts have been asked to make a database of class-wise, subject-wise and lesson-wise question bank which will be uploaded on the secondary education board’s website, he said. This will be evaluated on monthly quarterly, and annual basis.