“I can’t hear you. Your voice is breaking”
“Is my screen visible?”
Well, Folks!! you are not alone. Welcome to the AC (after corona) era guys.
This era has created a ruckus where every sector across the nation has taken a big blow in the economy. Every day we wake up to the news of stock market crashes and employees laid off. There are few exceptions like the ed-tech companies, who have gained aggressive momentum in this AC era.
Lots of educational websites and apps have helped students overcome these testing times with their structured course materials and live practice sessions.
But to the bleaker side of it, not all students are privileged enough to access these technologies and hone their skills. The pandemic has put the spotlight on the ever-increasing imbalances in school education.
Citing data from the National Sample Survey (NSS) report on ‘Key Indicators of Household Social Consumption on Education in India 2017-18.
Amongst all the challenges for ‘Education for All’ initiative, the survey said the composition of various components of expenditure on education indicates that the course fees, which is 50.8 per cent at all India level is the major contributing factor.
Although the survey dates back to 2018 the situation has only got worse in post pandemic scenario. Find more about the survey here : Education In rural India
Some of the major challenges that can be enlisted in this context are:
“To become more expert in reading and writing is not education, without habits, behaviors and common sense, there is no education at all”
Although there are NGOs and other welfare organisations who are working for the cause, I found cloudmasterji to be doing exactly that is the need of the hour.
“To become more expert in reading and writing is not education, without habits, behaviors and common sense, there is no education at all”. This is the motto behind their success. Don’t you guys think it is our responsibility as citizens to contribute towards the society? Let’s join hands and do a little bit to help reach education to the students living in the nooks and corner of this world.
As they say “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today“.