Delhi Government and Manish Sisodia create a platform to share unconventional educational solutions

India hasn’t been digital on education but the experience HRD has had with the online programs is coming handy during this tough time.

The demographics and density of India make it difficult to follow a uniform online mode of education, hence, schools are looking forward to returning to the offline mode. 
Ideas to follow social distancing norms while offline classes have come up with schools planning to do alternate week arrangements or running schools in the shift. Morning prayers, seminars, and events might get canceled for a whole year. 
Delhi Government, that has always gained applauds for its a way of handling schools and education system in Delhi has found a new way to engage to people and get new suggestions.

On the website of Directorate of Education, a new form has been put up where inputs by students, their parents, teachers, and principals have been welcomed. People submitting unconventional and practical responses will be invited to talk to Manish Sisodia, through a digital platform. There, they can explain their plan or road map for the offline mode of education.
The idea to involve people who are actually going to be a part of the changing process is a welcome move. Unexpected problems require out of the box solution and this is what the Delhi Government is seeking. 

By making students, teachers, and parents a part of the discourse for education that is going on, creative solutions will emerge and that actually is the need of the hour.
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