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Online Classes : Teacher Sets up Workspace on Tree

As the lockdown continues across the country, the teaching of students has taken a hit. In order to overcome the loss of studies, many schools, colleges and universities have opted for online classes for the students till normalcy is established in the country.
But, India, being demographically a vast region, and network being one of the issue, teachers sometime find it difficult to carry out classes online.
In order to overcome this, a teacher in West Bengal has set up workplace on a tree so that he can take online classes without any network disruption.
When asked, the teacher, Subrato Pati said that his village in Bankura has poor network connectivity and the signals are not available everywhere.
So he came out of his home and has setup a workspace on a tree, so that the teaching-learning process can go uninterrupted.

The classes in all schools, colleges, and universities are temporarily suspended until further notice in a view to contain the spread of novel coronavirus in the country.

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