Online Education for Primary School

Online Education for Primary School Students at rural part of Tamilnadu

Siva Saraswathi Vidyalaya Primary School was started in 1981 at ayikudi village with 5 children in a small hut with the motto of educating children from low economic families in rural area. The school got government recognition in the year 1991. From 2006 onwards the school became inclusive for children with disability. Current year 235 children including 27 children with disabilities are studying in our school.

Due to long lock down, children in school going age are losing their valuable time for learning and unoccupied. Few schools have started online education. Government also started education through TV channels. Only 15 % of the parents are school education completed in the community where we serve and 70 % of the students are lower socio economic back ground where their parents are daily wage earners. The major challenges faced are,
1. Lack of necessary equipment to conduct online classes.
2. Lack of devices for students to access the online classes.

Many students require support from school teachers as well as necessary support devices.

The goal of the program is to deliver regular school curriculum through virtual mode by capacity building of parents.

The project period is for the next eight months as a special intervention for Covid and the cost of the intervention is INR 30,50,595/- and cost per beneficiary will be INR 13,150 for the project period.

It will serve 232 Primary School in the rural community directly over a period of nine months.

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