Bengal State Board to Conduct Lessons Virtually

The schools, colleges, and other educational institutions had suspended all its activities on March 28th due to the pandemic COVID-19 outbreak. As a result of this many colleges and schools postponed their exams and even decided to promote students of Class 1-8 without exams.

However, the Bengal State Board has decided to continue conducting classes for its students. The board has decided to take virtual classes on a private television channel, ABP Ananda. The initial plan of the government was to conduct the classes on the national television channel DD Bengla from 16:00 Hours -17:00 Hours. However, few parents and students stated their objection to the timing.

The ABP Ananda channel will be broadcasting classes for students of Class 9-12. The channel head comments on this saying that, “the lessons will be broadcasted for a week starting from April 7 and will be help from 15:00 hours to 16:00 hours.”

The official also confirms the news by saying that the channel studio will be converted into a classroom and the students can clarify or ask any doubts through WhatsApp, on calls or calling a toll-free number; which would be flashed before the beginning of the classes.

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