Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Matter of compulsory education through virtual class through Microsoft Teams in all schools


Matter of compulsory education through virtual class through Microsoft Teams in all schools

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Military training to every child of the country may not be possible at the moment, but the practice of providing NCC training to every child studying in schools has started.  Uttar Pradesh NCC Directorate has prepared the project in this regard.  This is also being considered at the NCC Director General level.  ADG Major General Arun Kumar Sapra of UP NCC, who visited Meerut on Friday, said that it has been proposed to take out some classes (period) from class IX and give it to NCC.  NCC will train the teachers of the schools, so that it can train the cadets in the school.  It costs about six and a half thousand rupees a year to train a cadet.  Soon this proposal will be placed before the Central and State Government.  It will be implemented as soon as the green signal is received from there.

 NCC cadets will be 15 lakhs

Major General Sapra informed that preparations are on to increase the number of NCC cadets from 13 lakh to 15 lakh across the country.  The number of NCC battalions is also being increased in this episode.  Uttar Pradesh has been allowed to raise one NCC battalion each in Banda and Bahraich.  There is also another proposal, in which schools and colleges will appoint ex-NCC officers and ex-servicemen as teachers and give NCC training to children in the school.  At the same time, NCC Battalion will conduct camps only.  With this, NCC cadets can be prepared from 15 lakh to 60 lakh in the coming time.

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 Increasing interest of girls

NCC ADG Major General AK Sapra said that there are about 30 per cent girl cadets in Uttar Pradesh.  Every year, the seats for girls are filled, while some seats for boys remain vacant.  At present there are 1.30 lakh cadets in the state.  Increasing the two battalions to 1.36 lakhs.  If girls and schools or colleges apply to take NCC, then NCC will be provided on priority basis.

 NCC syllabus changed from this session

 The ADG said that the new NCC syllabus is being implemented from this session itself.  Its books are being made, which will soon be available to all districts.  On examining the syllabus, it was seen that the things that children are taught in school or college were also in NCC.  This was more repetitive.  Also, the 'A' and 'B' certificates of NCC had almost similar syllabus, which has now been changed.  In addition to training in the new syllabus, emphasis will be on developing communication skills, general knowledge, reasoning ability.  Martial arts training has been enhanced for self-defense for girls.

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