Nagaland govt issues guidelines for virtual classes


KOHIMA | JULY 23, 2020:

In order to tackle the issues related to e-learning for students, directives were released by the Department of School Education (DoSE), Nagaland on, July 22, 2020.

The Principal Director of School Education, Shanavas C, circulated directives to all the administrative bodies of government-run schools within the state, for a productive execution of online learning for the students.

The set rules for an effective mechanism of the online classes are formulated as:

1. Teachers should develop notes & worksheets based on topics given in textbooks for Classes Pre-Primary to IV.

2. Teachers should develop notes & assignments for topics covered through the television/radio online education program first and then for other topics for Classes V to XII.

3. School Heads should call parents of students class wise on different days/timings so as to follow social distancing at the beginning of the week and distribute the notes, worksheets/assignments, etc.

4. Parents should be notified for submitting the completed worksheets/assignments on a specific day in the next week. Schools should collect the completed worksheets/assignments of the previous week and distribute new notes, worksheets/assignments, etc along with feedbacks of the previous worksheets/assignments submitted.

5. School Heads should ensure that a limited number of worksheets/assignments which shall be completed by students through self-study alone are given to students.

6. Teachers should record details of notes, worksheets/assignments prepared, distributed and feedbacks given, etc in the teachers' diary, and the same shall be checked and countersigned by the school heads (Sample enclosed).

7. Teachers should write their names at the right-hand side top corner of each page of the Teachers' Diary and School Heads shall append their signature at the space provided on each page along with Seal. School Heads shall ensure that the first page of Teachers' Diary is completed in all aspects.

8. The Department will introduce real-time online tracking of teaching-learning activities being carried out in all government schools using mobile apps for teachers from the first week of August 2020 and details of which will be notified in due course of time.

9. All DEOs/Sr SDEOs/SDEOs should assign specific schools to field officers attached to their establishments for regular online monitoring of the teaching-learning activities using the mobile apps either from office or home.

10. The details of Field Officers (Name, Email ID &WhatsApp Number) and Schools allotted to them should be submitted in MS Excel Format to the undersigned through email to '' on or before July 29 without fail.


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