Online classes

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The coronavirus outbreak has affected every aspect of life. Speaking of the education sector, it is also facing serious problems at the moment. Let’s first look at these issues in the light of academic standards and then move on to our column: 

(2) Students from first to eighth grade will stay at home till July 15, ie the new academic year will start after the opening of the educational institution. Although the examinations of these parties had been held or were being held all over the country or the preparations for the examinations were in progress, the entire process was suspended due to the lockdown. The schools promoted all their students to the next classes, planning the holidays as a summer vacation, and some schools started a useful series of lectures using social media as an education. It is also a welcome thing for students to stay at home and engage in educational activities. 

(2) Secondary and higher secondary students who had completed their academic year and we’re about to take exams. It is to be noted that the examinations of these classes are conducted by the Board of Secondary and Higher Education and at present, 4 million students are affiliated with the boards across the country. Due to the lockdown, the boards have postponed their examinations and now with the announcement of their cancellation, they have also decided on a promotion strategy for the students of class IX, X, XI, and XII. 

(1) Those students of universities and colleges. The knowledge that is being studied in BS, MS or M.Phil, Ph.D., BA or BSc, and MA or MSc which is likely to be wasted semester or year. At a recent HEC meeting of Vice-Chancellors, it was decided that universities should conduct online classes for these students from June 1 and promote them to the next classes through online examinations. It is worth noting here that no one will be promoted to the next class without examination. The title of our column is related to this. Will be easier to understand. First, it’s 2002 when a district The head of the administration went to an institution to learn a computer. 

It should be remembered that this was the time when the computer programs that were taught in primary education in our neighboring country were being taught at our graduate level. The reason for learning was that he had gone abroad for training. Where they were given notebook computers to work on during the training. The alphabet of the computer was so far away that he could not even turn it on. When there was a break in training or the end of the day, the Filipino friend would set up a document on the computer. He said that he had spent the day in great embarrassment, after which he decided that he would learn to use the computer. ۔ Second, it was in 2011 that a Pakistani university launched a Ph.D. (online) program on an experimental basis. The purpose of the program was for students to pursue higher education at home Do He chose the computer science subject for this experiment because his students are more proficient in computer and information technology. Admission tests and interviews were conducted in which five students from Islamabad, Punjab, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were declared successful. The university hired teaching staff from abroad, hence the timetable of classes in different countries’ time zones. 

I couldn’t get ready soon because of the difference. Finally, the time of 7 pm was decided by mutual consultation of teachers and students. The next issue was the facility of video conferencing for online classes. Students were asked to contact their nearest university and apply for the facility. The students tried their best but the universities gave a resounding answer. He also offered to involve his faculty and students in these courses so that they could become teachers of the outside world. But this offer did not work. In this world of despair, it was decided to use the traditional messenger for teaching which supports audio and video. The series of classes went on in a state of extreme depression. The university experiment failed and they did not re-apply online. Remember that as we enter the 21st century, we have spent more money on science and technology. Established information technology directorates at the provincial level, set up new universities and IT blocks and laboratories in schools and colleges, but today the performance of all of them is before us. We do not have a system to teach students online from home. Walked in a state of extreme depression …

 The university experiment failed and they did not re-apply online. Remember that as we enter the 21st century, we have spent more money on science and technology. Established information technology directorates at the provincial level, set up new universities and IT blocks and laboratories in schools and colleges, but today the performance of all of them is before us. We do not have a system to teach students online from home. Walked in a state of extreme depression … 

The university experiment failed and they did not re-apply online. Remember that as we enter the 21st century, we have spent more money on science and technology. Established information technology directorates at the provincial level, set up new universities and IT blocks and laboratories in schools and colleges, but today the performance of all of them is before us. We do not have a system to teach students online from home. Is. We do not have a system to teach students online from home. Is. We do not have a system to teach students online from home.

Both events reflect the lack of interest in our use of science and information technology in education over the past two decades. Although we have built science and technology universities during this period, equipped them with state-of-the-art computer and laptop laboratories, provided digital libraries, provided high-speed internet and network facilities, signed MoUs with universities around the world, and Connected them via video link but despite providing all these facilities we did not record our classroom lectures, did not create effective learning management system (LMS) portal, did not capture seminars and conferences on various topics in digital format and Classroom discussions have not been secured, meaning we have not focused on e-learning. And now in this difficult time, we are planning for online classes and exams. Let’s go, in these circumstances, from June 

1, according to the instructions of the HEC When we start online classes, we need five things. (2) Teachers, who are with us. (2) Students, these are also present and all these efforts are being made for them. (2) Curriculum, it also exists. (2) Teaching Methods and Teaching Skills, This will be a new challenge for our teachers as it will no longer be a traditional classroom, but will have to teach students with online teaching methods and skills. Arrange training workshops for teachers of all universities as teaching in traditional ways will not be beneficial. 

(2) With the advent of communication software and internet facility, mobile network, PTCL service has been depleted in rural areas by almost 90% while it is partially available in urban areas. More than fifty percent of our students come from rural areas where mobile signals are so weak that If it is difficult to talk on the call, how will students be able to attend online classes from there? In addition, the installation of communication software will require an electric city for computers, laptops or Android phones, and all devices. It is hoped that HEC and universities will take this into account and launch online classes so that all students can benefit equally and avoid wasting their academic semester or year.