After private schools, government schools also came up with the idea of Online Education. Sindh Education Secretary has issued instructions for online classes for government schools. With the help of UNICEF and Microsoft, 75 master trainer teachers will be trained for online classes. In this regard, the Sindh Education Department has issued a formal notification.
In the notification issued by Sindh Education Secretary Khalid Haider Shah, it has been directed that due to Coronavirus, education has been cut off. However, due to security measures, online classes have also started in government educational institutions According to the notification, a series of online classes for students from 6th to 12th will be launched with the support of UNICEF and Microsoft.
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It is to be noted that due to Coronavirus, educational institutions across the country have been closed for the last two months and for this reason it has been decided Not to take the Exams.
The situation caused by the coronavirus has become an economic and social threat and has completely gripped the entire world. Measures to ensure a reduction in social interaction are necessary for the safety of the people, but it is affecting the student's academic year the most after the economy, the routine of life.
Initial measures taken by the Pakistani government to curb the spread of the coronavirus included closing educational institutions until July.