Manodarpan Karyakram Babat GCERT no Letter. According to the above topic and context, MHRD regarding the psychosocial fitness of children, teachers and parents during the current Covid-19 transition. The Manodarpan program is to be started by, under the self-reliant Bharat Abhiyan in the field of education.
A web-page titled "Manodarpan - Psychosocial Support for Mental Health & Well - being during the COVID - 19 outbreak and beyond" as well as toll-free helpline number - 8448440632 has been prepared on MHRD's website. Respect the inauguration of this website as well as the helpline. Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Minister Shri MHRD Na Varad Haste Ta. July 21, 2020 Naroj will be live on Fitter as well as Facebook at 11.00 am. In this regard, we request you to send information to all the primary as well as secondary and higher secondary schools in your district, headmasters of teacher-training institutes as well as principals to watch this inauguration program. Further details are given in the enclosure with this letter.
Letter regarding teaching of students from virtual class sitting at home with the help of laptops and online platform allotted at school level under "Gyankunj" project. As you know, "Gyankunj" project has been implemented in standard 7 and 8 classrooms in state schools. The interactive setup allocated per class at school level under this project includes laptops, interactive white boards, projectors, speakers etc.
Currently, the office has provided necessary guidance and training to the teachers through the online platform- Microsoft Teams to teach the students from the virtual class at home with the aim of not spoiling the teaching work of the students in the situation arising due to COVID19. For this, the user ID and password of Microsoft Teams required for teachers and students are given here. Therefore, all the schools in your district under the "Gyankunj project" have installed Microsoft Teams in the laptops allotted under Gyankunj and used the interactive whiteboard setup. Note: MHRD, Government of India's online learning guideline PRAGYATA for Std-1 to 8, according to the duration of online learning directed per student, one hour of 30-45 minutes in a maximum of two hours of online learning.