Navi Mumbai: after the state ordered schools to reduce the weight of schoolbags, several schools in the city began to install smart boards, providing lockers, electronic equipment
Book/tablet for students.
According to officials, about 60% of schools have taken various measures in accordance with state orders. “E-
Only Class V has started studying at present.
The syllabus for each subject is loaded onto the label and the student does not have to carry the textbook.
Starting from the next academic year, we will launch the same campaign for the third and fourth classes, "said Chandramohan Thakur, president of Nerul Podar International School.
The St. Mary's School Vashi has launched smart boards and it also plans to distribute worksheets that can be kept in lockers maintained by the school.
Students have been instructed to carry 100-
Replace the book with a notebook of 200 pages or more.
Abraham Joseph, the school's father, said that in addition, parents were instructed to check the children's schoolbags to ensure that they did not carry additional books.
"Students in kindergartens, junior high schools and high schools are required to carry only picture books, although their remaining notebooks will be left at school and Kari once a week for home work. Even the pre-
Primary and primary school students must carry fewer books, as the practice books are kept in school twice a day for most periods.
In addition, the teachers were instructed to check the package once a week, "said Saida Javed, principal of the New Panvel St. Joseph High School.
About 25 civic schools have started using the smart motherboard system.
A nmmc official said that in the case of the NMMC School, shelves will be provided in the classroom before the next academic year to reduce the weight of the books.
"The school is required to prepare a report on the weight of the bag before and after the implementation of the measures.
So by the next school year, every school in the city has to comply with the order, which says the weight of the bag should be 10% of the student's weight, "Amrish Patnigire, NMMC education officer.
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