Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala marked its beginning of academic year with online classes for school students said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
Online classes started in the state through the KITE – VICTERS (Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education – Versatile ICT Enabled Resource for Students) channel.
The online classes began with the opening remark of CM Vijayan who said, ” Our students are entering the new academic year. Due to COVID-19 children cannot reach schools right now. Instead, the government is preparing a system for a home study. Our academic year begins with online classes. Classes will be broadcast according to the timetable set by the KIte VICTERS Channel. Classes are also made available through Youtube.”
The first class was held at 8.30 am for Plus Two students. Classes of 30 minute duration on each subject will be telecast through Victers channel. Trial telecast will take place in the first week. The classes on Monday will be telecast in the same order on June 8.
There will be a re-telecast for four subjects of Plus Two from 7 pm and three subjects of class 10 from 5.30 pm on Monday. The remaining subjects for other classes will be re-telecasting on Saturday.