Why many government-run schools in Gurugram can’t air PM’s exam talk for students

GURUGRAM: Several govt schools within the town are in a dilemma as CBSE has ordered them to broadcast 'Pareeksha Pe Charcha', a programme where the Prime Minister himself will give recommendation to students on coping with exam tension from 11-12 am on February 16 however most of them lack sources to make the vital arrangements.
CBSE has issued a round to all affiliated schools to make students from classes 6 to 12 watch the programme, which can be aired live by the nationwide broadcaster, Doordarshan. However, lots of the govt schools wouldn't have laptops, TV units or computers and schools that experience them, wouldn't have network connections or other infrastructure. Schools were requested to put up a two-minute video or footage of scholars staring at 'Pareeksha Pe Charcha' as well as a four-paragraph report by the very subsequent day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi not too long ago came out together with his e book — 'Exam Warriors' — just forward of the board examinations, providing recommendation to kids, getting ready for the boards, as well as folks and lecturers.

Principals of most govt schools at the moment are worried about tips on how to display the PM's speech to students. Usha Saini, essential, govt school, Nakhrola, said, "I have received the orders from CBSE but don't know if we can show the programme to students. The school does not have resources to broadcast the show. We still have a week to see what we can do. This is definitely a worry for us."

Sneh Lata, a teacher of Badshapur govt school, said, "Our school has Edusat (where satellite-based educational programmes are shown) but we have to check whether it's in working condition or not."

Anshu Singhla, essential, govt school, Bhondsi, said, "Someone broke the wire of our Edusat. I'll get it checked and hopefully, it can be used on Friday."

In the rural areas, many colleges do not even get round the clock energy supply. Satya Narayan, deputy state head of Haryana Teachers' Association, said, "All schools have to abide by this order. But there are electricity problems in some schools; what can be done about that?"

There are 573 govt schools within the district. District training officer Prem Lata said, "It is the responsibility of the schools to broadcast the speech to students. If the school's Edusat is not working, kids will have to watch it on TV or computer. An order has been issued to fix faulty systems, immediately."

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