‘PRAGYATA’ Guidelines for Online Digital Education

Published on July 16, 2020
Current Context: Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has released a set of rules, guidelines to be followed for conducting online digital education.
‘PRAGYATA’ Guidelines for Online Digital Education
  • The set of guidelines is named as ‘PRAGYATA’.
  • The ‘moto behind developing the set of guidelines is that nowadays the academic education is being carried out via digital online platform by all the schools, colleges and universities as the COVID-19 has led to the shutdown of the academic institutions in India.
  • So to have an efficient, effective and safe learning process, this PRAGYATA guidelines was released by Union HRD minister.
  • The PRAGYATA guidelines include 8 steps of online digital education.
  • The 8 steps are: Plan- Review-Arrange-Guide-Talk-Assign-Track-Appreciate.
  • The guidelines outline suggestions for administrators, school heads, teachers, parents, and students in the following areas: 1. Need assessment; 2. Concerns while planning online and digital education like duration, screen time, inclusiveness, balanced online and offline activities, etc level-wise; 3. Modalities of intervention including resource curation, level-wise delivery, etc.; 4. Physical, mental health, and wellbeing during digital education; 5. Cyber safety and ethical practices including precautions and measures for maintaining cyber safety and 6. Collaboration and convergence with various initiatives.

Question: 

Q.1 Which of the following ministry released ‘PRAGYATA’ guidelines for Online Digital Education?
a. Health and Family Welfare Ministry
b. HRD Ministry
c. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
d. Ministry of Communication and Information Technology

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