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Nagaland Education Dept�s bid to impart video lessons

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DIMAPUR, Aug 12 - The Directorate of School Education, Nagaland, today said all video lessons have been made available on its YouTube channel and Facebook page for free access since May 1. The same has also been made available on Jio TV since August 10.

The education directorate said that the School Education Department in a notification, had clearly stated that pen drives would be provided to all government schools free of cost. Individuals and private schools wishing to have the pen drives loaded with video lessons can buy them through the portal, dosenl.in.

The directorate said the duration of the video lessons ranges from six hours to 35 hours per class.

It added the decision to make the video lessons available in pen drives was taken after the department received requests from various quarters about their inability to access the videos through the Internet due to connectivity issues. Stating that the department understands that all students do not own smartphones, PCs and laptops, the directorate said it is the collective responsibility of everyone to help the students.

It also clarified that the entire transaction is being made in a completely transparent manner.

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Nagaland Education Dept�s bid to impart video lessons

DIMAPUR, Aug 12 - The Directorate of School Education, Nagaland, today said all video lessons have been made available on its YouTube channel and Facebook page for free access since May 1. The same has also been made available on Jio TV since August 10.

The education directorate said that the School Education Department in a notification, had clearly stated that pen drives would be provided to all government schools free of cost. Individuals and private schools wishing to have the pen drives loaded with video lessons can buy them through the portal, dosenl.in.

The directorate said the duration of the video lessons ranges from six hours to 35 hours per class.

It added the decision to make the video lessons available in pen drives was taken after the department received requests from various quarters about their inability to access the videos through the Internet due to connectivity issues. Stating that the department understands that all students do not own smartphones, PCs and laptops, the directorate said it is the collective responsibility of everyone to help the students.

It also clarified that the entire transaction is being made in a completely transparent manner.

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