Schools and colleges in Chennai, surrounding areas move to online classes – Times of India 8

CHENNAI: Schools and colleges in Chennai and adjoining districts which had been functioning normally since October, have now started switching to online classes again after the state government declared a holiday after heavy rains.

The government has announced holidays in Chennai and adjoining districts and the principals and teachers do not want the children to face interruptions in their studies again due to the festive holidays and now due to rains.


Sudhakumari, principal of a private school in Anna Nagar (West), Chennai, told IANS, “The government has declared holidays for schools due to rains and we do not want students to miss out on classes. Classes were not held during Diwali. Students will lose continuity of study. So, we have chosen online classes again. ”


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However, due to power outages in many parts of Chennai, Chengalpattu, Kanchipuram and Thiruvallur, not all teachers are interested in online teaching methods.

Elizabeth Nina, principal of a private school at OMR in Chennai, told IANS, “We wanted to conduct online classes for students but several students are in areas where there is no electricity for the last two days and some low lying areas have water. I like to give them vacations and take extra classes. ”


MCC High School in Chetpet, Chennai has started online classes but they have not made classes compulsory for students considering heavy rains, power outages and waterlogging in the city and surrounding areas.

GJ Manohar, principal of the school, told IANS that “children and teachers who are experiencing waterlogging and power outages do not need to attend classes because it is not compulsory.”

Most schools have started online classes for students in grades six through twelve. School management and teachers say moving to an online platform was not difficult because they had experience taking classes online during the epidemic.


Colleges are also allowed to take classes and students can choose whether to attend classes due to power outages and rain-related problems. Most college teachers are instructed to conduct classes if the online attendance is 80% or more. If there is low participation, the teacher is free to cancel the class.

Teachers are hoping to cover more theory parts in the online class and focus on the practical class when the physical class resumes.

Most areas of the city, including Kolathur, the constituency of Chief Minister MK Stalin, were inundated on Wednesday.


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