Just Like Private Schools, Public Schools Will Build Websites in 3 Months | News from Noida

Noida/Ghaziabad: Just like private schools, all government and government-subsidized schools in Noida and Ghaziabad will be required to set up their own website with the email ids of teachers and students in grades 9-12. The directive came from the UP Department of Secondary Education (UPSE).
The move, officials said, is aimed at empowering public schools to keep up with the news, especially as the Covid pandemic has raised challenges such as a lack of online facilities to inform lesson times. and internal reviews. The websites will have to be created from the government-provided provident fund within three months, according to the directive from UPSE secretary Divyakant Shukla.
There are 152 government, government funded and self-funded schools in GB Nagar and 224 in Ghaziabad.
“All of these council-affiliated schools are required to create a school website, as well as email ids for teachers and students in grades 9 to 12 within three months. While most private schools already have their website, only a few government schools can boast of it,” said Dharamveer Singh, District Schools Inspector (DIOS), GB Nagar.
In Ghaziabad, DIOS Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi told TOI that websites should be created from the provident fund provided by UPSE. “Once ready and operational, students in remote or rural areas with internet issues can take advantage of Jan Suvidha Kendra’s facilities or internet cafes to access emails and information related to their school through the designated website.”
“It is high time for public schools to link the stages to private ones as the whole world goes digital. The pandemic has taught us that the physical form of paperwork is no longer relevant. Soon the facility will be upgraded to upload attendances, grade sheets and internal exam results,” he added.
Hemlata, director of Government Girls Inter-College Noida, said they already have a website. “We manage it on our side. A similar setup will now be required for all public and government-subsidized schools.
The pandemic has left a major impact on the education system where online lessons have taken place in all schools on the one hand, while hundreds of public school students have been deprived of them in the absence of infrastructure support. digital on the other hand. Also, during the lockdown, students were unable to get information about their online courses.

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