1 crore children of Rajasthan till 8th will do bridge course, the loss of studies due to corona will be less
Employment News- Schools remained closed for two years due to the Corona epidemic. This caused a great loss to the education of the children. Now the Rajasthan government is trying to make up for it. In this sequence, the education department of Rajasthan is going to change the pattern of studies in schools from the new academic session. So that the learning gap caused by the Corona epidemic can be reduced. In the new academic session, a bridge course is going to start for about one crore children from class 1 to 8.
To reduce the learning gap, the Rajasthan government had announced in its budget the introduction of bridge courses. For this, the government has also given a budget of 75 crores to the education department.
what is bridge course
- It is a course to be completed in a short time. It is also called fast learning course.
RSCERT has designed the bridge course for classes 1 to 8.
- Bridge course has been brought for the children deprived of studies due to Corona epidemic.
Hindi, English and Mathematics subjects will be taught in the bridge course.
Bridge course for three months
RSCERT has prepared 18 workbooks for bridge course. In these, the text material of the old two classes has been included. From the new session, bridge course will be taught in schools for the first three months. After this a new class will be taught.
The pace of learning of children has slowed down
Due to the corona epidemic, the pace of learning of children studying in government schools of Rajasthan has slowed down. This information has come to the fore in a recent survey conducted by the Rajasthan State Council of Educational Research and Training. 42 thousand teachers included in the survey have admitted that 60 percent of school children have a learning loss. Teachers have given feedback that the level of education of a student studying in Class V is equal to that of Class III. The linguistic and mathematical proficiency of most children is reduced.