Nadiad: When the school was closed due to Corona, students started studying online, seeing that students were away from studies, but the biggest problem of online education is the network, which still leaves many villages untouched. Online class is not possible without network. In such a situation, in a village, children risk their lives and climb a 50-feet-high tank in the village to network. Even then they are able to attend online class somehow.
Coronavirus have gave schools new type of learning that is online. However the major set back of online learning is poor connectivity and unfit technology infrastructure.
The evidence to unfit online learning is the view of every morning in the village of Tranja in Matar tehsil of Nadiad district of Gujarat. A government school teacher teaches children but for few subjects they have to depend on online classes for that good quality network is needed. In such case the children climbes to the water tank and wait for the network to come. They climb till the top for better coverage.
The constant network problem,80 percent left online education.
Chandranika Bahn, sarpanch of Tranja, says that the gram panchayat had applied for this problem in writing to the chief minister on 27 January last. I do not know how many times I have requested the MP before this, but the condition remains the same.