MHRD releases guidelines for Digital Education — PRAGYATA

HRD Minister releases PRAGYATA Guidelines on Digital Education

The PRAGYATA guidelines include eight steps of online/ digital learning that is, Plan- Review- Arrange- Guide- Yak(talk)- Assign- Track- Appreciate.

The guidelines outlines suggestions for administrators, school heads, teachers, parents and students on the following areas:

  • Need assessment
  • Concerns while planning online and digital education like duration, screen time, inclusiveness, balanced online and offline activities etc level wise
  • Modalities of intervention including resource curation, level wise delivery etc.
  • Physical, mental health and wellbeing during digital education
  • Cyber safety and ethical practices including precautions and measures for maintaining cyber safety
  • Collaboration and convergence with various initiatives

Recommended screen time

Class Recommendation
Pre Primary On a given day for interacting with parents and guiding them, not more than 30 minutes.
Classes 1 to 12 Recommended to adopt/adapt the alternative academic calendar of NCERT at http://ncert.nic.in/aac.html
Classes 1 to 8 Online synchronous learning may be undertaken for not more than two sessions of 30-45 minutes each on the days the States/UTs decide to have online classes for primary sections
Classes 9 to 12 Online synchronous learning may be undertaken for not more than four sessions of 30-45 minutes each on the days as decided by States/UTs.

For guidelines kindly see the link:

https://mhrd.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/upload_document/pragyata-guidelines.pdf


Ministry of Human Resource Development

[Press Release dt. 14-07-2020]

[Source: PIB]

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    Education is significant in our lives. Due to the current pandemic going on it is necessary for teachers to start online teaching. With the help of digitalization and support from the government learning from home has become easygoing for everyone. So I think that teachers must continue teaching with enthusiasm and strive together with students for the betterment of the world.

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