BY NIBEDITA SEN
Goa Khabar:The COVID-19 outbreak and the resultant uncertainty has impacted students, schools and educational institutes across India. Rising to the occasion, Indian test preparation major Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) has adopted various measures to mitigate the impact that institute closures may have on students’ learning process. These measures ensure that students can study from the safety of their own homes and there is continuity in their study schedule.
The faculty at Aakash is well connected with students across the country through Aakash Live, our live teaching module. Aakash live, disseminates teaching via virtual classrooms that offer affordable solutions and quality teaching, wherein students can also clarify their doubts live sitting miles away.
Teachers use interactive methods to make learning at home easy and engaging. Daily assignments and tests are sent to students for regular practise. Recorded videos are also shared with students to help them understand better.
Adds Amit Singh Rathore, Regional Director, Aakash Educational Services Limited, “Aakash has also launched Live Online Crash Courses for students to help them prepare for medical and engineering entrance examinations such as NEET and JEE (Main & Advanced). These online crash courses will boost the last minute preparation of students and help them prepare in a short time. Students continue to prepare under the best Aakash Faculty through live sessions in an interactive and engaged learning.”
JEE and NEET aspirants are provided with recorded video solutions and lectures that ensure effective preparation for competitive examinations. Aakash Faculty ensures that even in times of lockdown, learning never stops and students prepare for the examinations without any interruption. The faculty even apprise the student on what to study and what not to study so that the student does not get into a panic mode.
Apart from studies, teachers at Aakash pay attention to boosting the confidence of students as staying at home and reading about dismal news can affect a student’s morale. They even keep reminding them of the safety measures they need to take during the COVID-19 outbreak to stay safe and healthy.
Additionally, teachers address any and all kinds of doubts raised by students and resolve them online via mails and live classes as well as through Whatsapp. Different Whatsapp groups have been formed per class wherein the students can ask questions and get instant solutions.