Telangana education department: Four week bridge course for school students

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A four-week-bridge course is introduced for students of classes II to X by the Telangana educational school department. The main motive behind this course is to accelerate learning recovery among students from the beginning of this academic year.

The teachers and the parents feel that the standard of education has reduced as the pandemic took its toll. The learning levels of students also reduced due to closure of educational institutions for two academic years following the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Telangana Today,  a four week bridge course, is designed and developed by the Telangana State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT), a wing of the Telangana School Education department,

The department plans to implement it in four levels.

The – Class II to V are under level 1

– Class VI & VII in level 2,

– Class VIII & IX in level 3 and

– 10th Class in level 4.

In addition to the programme, an assessment will be conducted for every two weeks.

This four-week course will help students quickly relearn the basics of previous classes and prepare them for the fresh academic

Furthermore, a three-month school preparation module, a play based school preparation module, for Class I students is planned by the department. The module will be in three languages i.e., Telugu, English and Urdu.

This will help teachers ensure that all children are exposed to a warm and welcoming environment when they enter Class I, leading to the process of learning in a smooth, fearless and joyful way.

The SCERT on Tuesday issued proceedings instructing all DEOs, RJDSEs and other officials concerned to implement the programmes for the academic year 2022-23. The material for both school preparation module and bridge courses has been made available on the website.

ALSO READ: Schools in Telangana to reopen from February 1

Dr. Ruth Nischala
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