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J&K SCERT conducts survey to find learning problems in students

Last Updated on March 21, 2021 at 10:21 am

State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT), J&K, is conducting a survey across UT to discover problems in students’ learning caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This study is being run in order to address the problem of learning loss by use of necessary remedial measure.

Coordinators belonging to all the 10 DIETs from Kashmir Division took part in a day-long workshop on Saturday which was being conducted at the SCERT Divisional Office at Bemina Srinagar. Abid Hussain, Joint Director SCERT, highlighted the importance to find out learning gaps based on various parameters so that the department can design remedial measures accordingly.

He said that this exercise will provide a rough idea of how much damage the Covid pandemic has caused upon students in the J&K UT. After identifying the gaps, the department will run special remedial measures to improve results and cover up losses.

This workshop will be co-ordinated by Dr Nazneen and Ghulam Hassan Reshi. They said that they will conduct surveys in a scientific manner. They have also taken help of various experts to help them design and run the survey. These experts have played an important part in running various studies in the J&K before.