With the closure of schools due to Kovid-19 (Covid-19) and poor students not having access to online classes, Maharashtra's Zilla Parishad has devised a unique way of teaching students. For this, mathematics lessons are being written on the walls in the streets and public places, so that children can learn it while playing. Chandrapur District Council Chief Executive Officer Rahul Cardile said that if the 'Mission Mathematics' succeeds, it will be used in other subjects as well.
He told, "We are trying that students continue their studies at home, because the schools are closed. For this, an environment of education is being prepared in rural areas. The idea behind 'Mission Mathematics' is that children should be taught in sports and games.
Apart from this, officers of the Education Department of the Zilla Parishad have depicted the Mathematics lessons taught from class one to fifth on the walls of the main intersections of the villages of Pombarna, Ballarpur, Nagbhid and Bahampuri tehsils.
Cardile said, "Children find this method attractive and they are also learning mathematics by playing games with their friends. The aim of the mission is to explain various concepts of mathematics to them and make them interested in the subject. Together, the environment of education has to be created in rural areas. ”He said that Akshay Vakulkar, an alumnus of Zilla Parishad school in Ghosari village, has now become an engineer and he started 'Mission Mathematics' in his village for the first time.
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