DUE to lockdown in Madhya Pradesh, trade & commerce at standstill, Rabindra Nath Tagore University, Scope School initiate online classes for students

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WITH industries and businesses remained closed due to lockdown, workers are likely to face difficulties due to non-receipt of salary and allowances in Madhya Pradesh. Rabindranath Tagore University and Scope Higher Secondary School have initiated online teaching. Senior Vice President of Jabalpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry Himanshu Khare said employers are able to give wages to their registered workers in March but it will be difficult for them to pay salaries to the workers for   April and May months, reports The Pioneer. The need of the hour is that the government amend the provisions of ESIC in times of crisis wherein the entitlement of at least two years of employment is required for assistance in the present scenario under the Atal Insurance Person Welfare Scheme. It should be improved in the current environment and the eligibility for at least two years of employment should be made two months and instead of 25 percent of the salary payable, 50 percent should be given as an aid to the past due salary. The ESIC currently has a fund of Rs 91444 crore in India, a part of which should be utilized during this disaster. In Jabalpur district, there are around five lakh workers. If the government does not bring a special economic package soon, a large number of industries and businesses will be shut down and retrenchment of employees is also possible. The Jabalpur Chamber has sent suggestions regarding salary and allowances of workers to the Union Labour Minister, the Chief Minister of the State and the Chief Secretary, Khare said. Meanwhile, The Scope Public Higher Secondary School has initiated online classes for students so that children are not affected due to the nationwide to combat coronavirus. The students are being taught through virtual ideas by the teachers and is much enjoyed by the students. The school faculty is connecting with the children through digital platform and the courses are being completed through video lectures. Time table of online classes has been released for students, reports Pioneer News Service. Online classes have started regularly. Besides providing video lectures to students, notes are also being provided through WhatsApp and website emails appreciated by students and their parents. SCOPE School principal Prakriti Chaturvedi said that all the Faculty are connected to children through online medium and are solving their problems. online classes for students have been initiated by UGC recognised Rabindranath Tagore University so that the students’ education is not affected due to nationwide lockdown and coronavirus. In this, the university’s faculty is connecting with students through digital platforms and the course is being completed through video lectures. The time table of online classes has been released for the students, according to which online classes have started regularly. Apart from providing video lectures to students, notes are also being made available through WhatsApp and email. In this way classes of all faculties of the university have started. As per the instructions of the government, the students were sent home before the lockdown and the faculty was given the task of work from home. But after the announcement of the 21-day lockdown it was decided to provide online classes for the students. Necessary training has also been made available to the faculty for online classes through online medium. (edited by PKC)

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