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=> Rajasthan College Education Commissioner Shuchi Tyagi has announced the launch of Gyandoot 2.0, the second phase of the Gyandoot program, to enhance the subject knowledge, academic problem solving and creative use of their time among the students studying in colleges.
=> Under this, online classes at undergraduate and postgraduate level will be organized from the last week of December, in which faculty members working in government colleges will give lectures on a completely voluntary basis.
=> Shuchi Tyagi informed that in this second phase of Gyandoot, online classes will be started in 14 subjects at present, the number of which can be increased according to the demand of the students.
=> The process of selection of colleges for the subject wise teaching system has been completed. Each subject will be given 3 days a week and 30 minutes each day.
=> The timing of these classes can be extended if the demand is high. In this, the timings of Arts, Science and Commerce faculties will be different.
=> He said that as before, these classes would be free of cost for the students studying in all government, private colleges and universities. Special problem solving sessions of these classes will be organized every Sunday.
=> For the operation of the program, a committee has been formed in coordination with the Innovation and Skill Development Cell at the commissionerate level, in which 12 more members have been added, naming Dr. Vinod Bhardwaj as coordinator and Dr. Lalita Yadav as co-coordinator.
=> It is proposed to start these classes in the last week of December. These online live classes are only a supportive learning system in addition to regular teaching, which is not a replacement for regular classes.
=> In the last session due to the Covid-19 epidemic, this program was started for the continuity of the students, in which classes were conducted for about one and a half months and teaching on important thematic points was done.
=> In the first phase, 621 sessions were organized in 22 subjects by making 12 government colleges as centers, whose videos are available on Gyandoot channel of College Education Rajasthan, which has been seen by more than 4 lakh 36 thousand views so far. 48,000 students were registered in this program.
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