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Students to be provided quality education through pandemic period: DC
Mail News Service
Chaibasa, Aug 2: West Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner Arwa Rajkamal, Superintendent of Police Indrajit Mahta and Chaibasa Sadar SDO Paritosh Kumar Thakur along with officials of the Rungta Group today inspected the renovated century old heritage of Chaibasa township, the Pillay Hall. The DC lauded Nandlal Rungta, Mukund Rungta and the other members of the Rungta Group for renovating the almost crumbling cultural edifice of the city and the region. He said, “The estimate given for the renovation work of this hall was beyond the realms of provisions for government projects. It was only on the urging of the then Regional Commissioner Vijay Kumar Singh and the district administration that the Rungta Group, as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility undertook the renovation work the cost of which exceeded the estimate and the result is a most beautifully renovated cultural heritage that the Pillay Hall is.”
Arwa Rajkamal said that the formal inauguration of the renovated Pillay Hall could not be organized due to the prevailing COVID-19 times but it would be done with cultural events once things returned to normal. He said that as per the guidelines of the Kolhan Region Commissioner, the district administration will initiate a special educational project. “It is our objective to engage adept teachers to provide quality education to the students of this Region by uploading videos on prescribed subjects on YouTube channel. The focus will be on the syllabus of the Jharkhand Board for students of classes 9, 10 and 11 so as to enable them to perform better in their exams. The students will be provided guidelines and study material.”
The entire initiative will be undertaken with the help of the Rungta Group’s CSR funding. DC Arwa Rajkamal said that in the absence of a viable studio, the video recording will be done while maintaining all social distancing norms and the team will include a teacher, one videographer (cameraman) and an editor per episode shoot. The Pillay Hall will be used as a studio floor, he said. These videos, the DC informed, would be uploaded free on YouTube for the benefit of students. “A mobile application will be shortly designed that will enable students from anywhere in the state to participate in classes on subjects they are desirous of attending through the webinar portal. This will be an ideal mode for students to learn from the safety of their homes during the prevailing pandemic times,” DC Arwa Rajkamal stated.