Online classes are the new trend everywhere amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Every institute has been following the same since the lockdown. But how far it can fill the students? If the syllabus can be taught so easily in the video calls, then why did we paid them all the fees till now? If the syllabus can be taught so easily in the video calls, then why do we need to pay the same fee?
Though there is no official statement given by the government, many schools and colleges are conducting online classes and demanding the full fee. The state government of Telangana this Friday stated that there is no official decision has been made for the new admissions for degree and PG till now.
So the Government has asked the colleges to stop taking admissions if any college found taking admissions will be reviewed strictly.
Seriously? The parents need to calm down and think twice before joining their children into these factories. Students need practical knowledge over the certificates. Online classes are not friendly to practical knowledge. Students cannot cope up with it.
Talking about the lecturers, how can we expect the senior lecturers to operate the apps and conduct the sessions perfectly? Lecturers need to contact the students, they should know the mentality of their students, they should exactly know what the students want! But this cannot be executed in virtual calls.
If you expect the lecturers to just teach the textbooks and certify your children, then it is fine but students in this generation need a lot more than a certificate.
Without practical exposure, the certificates are just a piece of paper. We have also seen many cases where the lecturers are being harassed in the virtual classes. It is too tough to control the students in real and expecting the lecturers to do the same in online classes is not at all possible.
Virtual classes mean virtual knowledge. If you expect your children to safeguard their future by just getting certificates, this is not going to work in the future.
The whole world needs to restart now and the regular interests of the public will not help anyone.
I personally have seen a family stopping their two children attending online classes as they cannot afford two mobiles to their children. Then how can we expect them all to take the virtual classes? Trust me these incidents have a major impact on students and some areas recorded suicide cases too.
And talking about government schools and colleges in India, we know what standards they are maintaining.
Expecting the government schools and colleges to take online classes is insane.
We can see that people who cannot afford private schools will only join the government institutions and expecting them to buy smartphones or laptops for online classes is disgusting.
I personally feel that youtube learning will make a difference when compared to virtual classes if you care about knowing things better more than certificates.
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