Education at home scheme, Tamil Nadu

To provide assistance to the students in the state whose education was affected by the pandemic thereby ensuring their welfare.

Tamil Nadu government has newly come up with Education at home scheme for school children studying in Class 1 to 8 in the state whose education was affected due to the pandemic. Announcement of this scheme was made by Chief Minister MK Stalin. This scheme aims to reduce the learning gap among the students. Under this scheme, volunteers will be appointed and these volunteers will take up classes for students after school. These classes will be around the academic topics. These classes tend to ensure that the students learn in the class and enjoy the class at the same time. This scheme tends to ensure that no child is deprived of education in the state. Total budget allocated by the state government for this scheme is Rs. 200 crores.

Overview:

Scheme NameEducation at home
Scheme UnderTamil Nadu Government
Announced ByChief Minister MK Stalin
BeneficiariesStudents studying in Class 1 to 8
ObjectiveTo provide assistance to the students in the state whose education was affected by the pandemic thereby ensuring their welfare.
Total BudgetRs. 200 crores

Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to provide assistance to students whose education was impacted due to the pandemic.
  • It will cover all the children studying in Class 1 to 8 in both government and private schools.
  • Under this scheme, free classes will be conducted by volunteers for the students after school.
  • These classes will cover all the necessary topics around the academic subjects and other.
  • The volunteers would aim to help students learn and enjoy during the class.
  • This scheme tends to keep a check that no child is deprived of education in the state
  • It tends to ensure welfare of the children in the state.

Key Points:

  • Tamil Nadu government started a new scheme named Education at home for the students in the state.
  • This announcement was made by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin.
  • This scheme is launched for those students in the state whose education was affected due to the pandemic.
  • Under this scheme all the school children studying in Class 1 to 8 in government and private schools will be covered.
  • Volunteers will be appointed and these volunteers will take up classes for students after school.
  • These classes will be around the academic topics.
  • These classes tend to ensure that the students learn in the class and enjoy the class at the same time.
  • Applications are invited from the interested candidates for teaching the students.
  • Candidates must be above 17 years of age and must have passed class 12th
  • He/ she must be willing to spend atleast six hours per week for this work and must be able to teach Tamil, English and Maths to the students.
  • Required training and equipment will be provided to the students under this scheme.
  • This scheme intends to cover the necessary topics which were missed by the students as the schools were shut due to the pandemic.
  • It tends to ensure that no child is deprived of education in the state.
  • Total budget allocated by the state government for this scheme is Rs. 200 crores.

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