Parent-Teacher Meetings Have Been Celebrated Like A Festival In Delhi For The Past 7 Yrs, Says Manis

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-04-02


Parent-Teacher Meetings Have Been Celebrated Like A Festival In Delhi For The Past 7 Yrs, Says Manis

His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.

His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to school after two years," said another parent. "It is good to come back to school after two years. Through the PTM, Children will know about their shortcomings through this PTM," said Ms Sakshi Sharma, a student.His remark came during his visit to a government school in Andrews Ganj where he interacted with the students and parents during a mega parents-teacher meeting session on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, Mr Sisodia said, "All the government schools will have parents-teacher meeting session today. For the last seven years, parent-teacher meetings (PTM) have been celebrated like a festival. Students, parents, and teachers are very excited for this day." "People are crawling back to normalcy gradually. In the coming two-three months, the entire focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be covered. Online was never a solution but a stop-gap arrangement," said Mr Sisodia. "Children are very excited to come back after two years. We hope that the classes take place only physically and not through online mode. Children have faced a lot of loss during online classes, they missed the opportunity to interact with the teachers," said Mr Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school. "Parents and students are both feeling very energetic and happy after coming back to sch



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