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Hope of a new start fills Praveshanotsavam this year

The day dawned like some other day in current months for lakhs of college students however for the truth that it was the start of a new educational year and one stuffed with nonetheless extra challenges offered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The customary enjoyable and pleasure related to faculty reopening was lacking for the second consecutive year because the State-level Pravesanotsavam acquired underneath method within the presence of a restricted crowd at Government Higher Secondary School for Girls, Cotton Hill, on Tuesday morning.

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Just a few college students, balloons and buntings, and flowers on the stage had been some of the brilliant spots on the sombre operate held towards the backdrop of the pandemic.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan who inaugurated the digital Pravesanotsavam additionally held out the message of hope. “The time when students, dressed in new clothes and school bag in hand, return to school is not far,” he instructed college students watching the stay telecast of the celebrations on KITE VICTERS channel.

Though the Pravesanotsavam was a low-key affair held amid COVID-19 protocols, there want be no lack of happiness and pleasure because it was the start of constructing a new world—that of kids who had been our future. “This is their day, one of hope.”

Adversity, he stated, taught one many classes. The pandemic was one such within the State’s efforts to nurture a era succesful of shaping a good future. The objective of training was not solely to amass data; it helped develop the spirit of inquiry, get perception into society, foster abilities, perceive the lesson of equality, and develop a scientific bent of thoughts.

Last year, with the start of digital lessons through the first wave of COVID-19, the State turned a mannequin for everybody. A mass marketing campaign to offer digital tools to college students had helped overcome the digital divide. This year, going a step additional, on-line lessons during which college students may instantly talk with their lecturers can be launched in phases, the Chief Minister stated.

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He urged college students to stay vigilant through the second wave, and guarantee there was no third wave. Though they could be feeling burdened by being home-bound for months, it was crucial to make them perceive that this was the scenario the world over, Mr. Vijayan stated.

The on-line lessons this year would come with leisure actions comparable to music, sports activities, and drawing to alleviate college students’ nervousness, he stated.

Minister for General Education V. Sivankutty who lit the lamp on the operate stated a research on how college students may return to high school progressively relying on the pandemic unfold can be carried out.

The second wave of COVID-19 had precluded the anticipated start to the new educational year. However, the federal government was taking the following step in college students’ training by shifting in the direction of on-line training that may held them work together with their lecturers and clear their doubts.

Though these had been uncommon instances, the pandemic would move and college students would be capable to return to high school and get-together with their buddies, he stated.

The authorities would give precedence to addressing the issues confronted by college students of particular colleges, he added.

Messages to college students by a host of celebrities had been telecast on the operate, attended by Ministers Antony Raju and G.R. Anil, Mayor Arya Rajendran, General Education Principal Secretary A.P.M. Mohammed Hanish, Director of General Education Jeevan Babu Ok., and Samagra Shiksha, Kerala venture director A.P. Kuttykrishnan.

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