We all know how important study is for a student. They study to make their future better, for knowledge, for research, for enthusiasm and so on.
But due to the crisis of pandemic, all the school are closed, the online classes are going on which is not same as the actual class.
Although there is a solution for the students for better learning where they can get videos, pdfs, and various other resources through the student can be able to learn more.
There are many learning platforms through which students can still learn during Lockdown. This article helps you to see some of the digital e-learning platforms for students while staying at home.
Details on some digital e-learning platforms of Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India.
Let us begin by describing each one of them.
The e-Pathshala, a joint initiative of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, and National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), uploads thousands of audios, videos, e-books, flipbooks for the students from class 1 to class 12.
It is a portal or app created for the students to learn for all over the country. This app is available on the App store and windows. It is provided on a different language, English, Hindi, and Urdu.
These are very helpful and help you to make you understand better.
Diksha was created by CBSE, NCERT, and States or Union Territories for the students to learn easily in many languages.
DIKSHA is an interesting activity which use existing profoundly adaptable and adaptable computerized foundations, while keeping educators at the center.
Diksha contains e-books that are more than 80,000 e-books, helping class 12 students to learn through their home. It also makes easy through the QR code view.
It is a free national learning platform that is loaded with thousands of various learning materials for the students. It hosts courses for Higher secondary students.
Even for the graduate students from all streams that include science, commerce, humanities, law management, etc.
Although you can find this app only for Android users.
NROER (National Repository of Open Educational Resources):
The National Repository of Open Educational Resources is developed by CIET, NCERT.
It is the government’s free learning platform where students of different grades can find the resources for digital learning through their home. It contains more than 14000 files, more than 2000 documents, thousands of audios, videos, etc.
Not only that but you can get these different languages according to the student’s needs.
It is also one f the government’s free educational learning platforms for students, initiated by the Ministry of Human Resources Development.
It provides students with 32 High-Quality Educational Channels available through DTH all across the country (24X7).
This channel is helpful for both higher secondary students and for higher education students that are undergraduate students, engineering students, and also for the teacher training providing multiple numbers of courses.
This contains everything one student needs to learn from home for all stream students and practices that are for arts, law, for the medical field, and more.
Conclusion: This was a small preview for all the best e-learning app through which the student and teacher can interact during the lockdown from all over the country.