The government of Pakistan has launched a TeleSchool in collaboration with PTV in order to compensate for any academic loss due to the lockdown amid coronavirus.
This new channel will be dedicated to learning only. It will be aired from Tuesday across the country from 8 am to 6 pm for online education from class one to 12.
Furthermore, this new project will help the government reach the remote areas where education has been limited due to lack of resources.
The channel will be dedicated to learning only and will be aired from Tuesday across the country from 8 am to 6 pm for online education from class one to 12.
Syed Umair Javed shared that, “The credit of making this project possible in less than a month goes to unsung heroes: content developers, teachers and staff of Federal Directorate of Education, editors, techs, and producers of Allama Iqbal Open University and PTV.”
It is being said that this new TV channel’s content has been developed free of cost in collaboration with education service providers free of cost to fill up the gap.
Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) will establish emergency learning carters, where subject specialists will be reviewing and scheduling the educational content.
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