E-education should be accessible in rural areas of India


E-education should be accessible in rural areas of India

 E-education should be accessible in rural areas of India-

    E-Learning in Rural India: In the era of the Corona crisis, today all educational activities are being done through online mediums. The central government has provided many facilities for online studies. In India, the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development has started the Bharat Online Padhe campaign. The purpose of this campaign is to how online education can be made better. The meaning of this whole exercise is to overcome the obstacles in the way of e-education.


    E-education can prove to be very effective and effective in spreading education in rural India and remote areas. In rural India, lack of teachers, lack of interest in studies of people, poverty, lack of infrastructure, etc. is the main reasons, due to which progress in the field of rural education does not take place. But this situation can be changed with the use of e-education. Rural India will be able to take advantage of online education only if its digital infrastructure is very strong. And herein lies the biggest irony.

    Rural India still lacks facilities like electricity, online network connectivity, banking, etc. Practically even today many households in rural areas do not have access to electricity. Without electricity, the facility of a broadband network has no meaning. It is true that these days smartphones have emerged as a great medium of e-education, but it is also true that even today all mobile phone users in India do not have a smartphone, especially in rural areas. There is no proper internet facility there. Obviously, the biggest challenge is the lack of infrastructure in rural India for online education.

     The formal medium of instruction in rural India is the local language. These dialects and languages form an important part of the communication and teaching method of education, but mobile phones and other means of the Internet are mostly compatible with the English language that do not drive digital behavior in villages. If online education is to be made successful in villages

    So the use of digital mediums that operate from local languages will have to be promoted. In this way, the hesitation towards digital media in rural India will also be broken. It has been revealed in many studies that the rural population of India is digitally illiterate. Ignorance of new technologies to read, write, understand and communicate the language used in digital behavior and online is a hindrance.

     Rural education In order to reach education in rural areas, first of all, the study material can be delivered to the students, and then there can be interaction with the teachers through online videos.

    Another option is in which the curriculum can be recorded and used to teach students who do not attend these classes. It creates expanded access to education.

    Rural education requires e-learning technologies. In fact, it is the responsibility of the government to ensure that teacher training programs are organized in rural areas and it should take the help of NGOs in such work.

    The journey to ensure the digitization of rural India is a long one, as it requires massive work. The present crisis is a golden opportunity to prepare for these challenges.

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