Bhubaneswar: In order to help students across the state to continue their education, Odisha Government on Thursday launched e-Pathshala and e-Mulyankana portals for students of Class I to X.
Informing about the portals, School and Mass Education (S&ME) Minister Samir Ranjan Dash said, “The two portals developed by Odisha School Education Programme Authority (OSEPA) will boost the online education system in the state. The portals would also help to assess the students.”
We have been able to reach out to 40 per cent Class X and XII students through online classes during the pandemic and we are going to cover more students in future, added Dash.
Meanwhile, online classes for elementary students through YouTube Live Streaming will begin from June 21. The class will continue till July 2.
In the first phase, eight districts have been selected to conduct online classes through the online video streaming platform.
The Odisha School Education Programme Authority (OSEPA) has written a letter to all district Education Officers (DEOs) and District Project Coordinator (DPCs) requesting them to make necessary arrangements and ensure smooth and successful implementation of the programme.