2020 Board Exams are postponed amid the outbreak of novel COVID -19 in India. Board examinations are postponed to ensure safety from fatal exposure and the spread of the virus. While the entire mankind is under a serious threat, the entire world comes in solidarity to combat this pandemic. The educational institutions across the globe have called for the cancellation and postponement of the examinations. The Indian authorities also have declared for the postponement of board exams and other significant entrance exams across the country. The fresh dates for the postponed exams are yet to be notified.

Earlier, this month, the authorities have mandated the shutdown for the educational institutions keeping the board exam dates unchanged. However, the uncalled outbreak of COVID -19 in India has imposed serious threats and raised concerns in major parts of the country resulting in the shutdown of various sectors. The postponement of the board examinations (irrespective of Central, State, and Private institutions) is a sensible step taken by the Board authorities.

The question of concern might arise regarding the impact of postponement amongst the board examinees. However, the postponement is probably considered as a reasonable strategy to prevent the widespread transmission of COVID -19. The antidote for the disease is yet to be discovered, the recent study has it that months of home quarantine and social distancing is required for the safety of the kids and to prevent the infection.

 

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In case, any kid is infected, no parents would want their child to sit in a virus-infected exam hall to write the boards that they prepared so well for! Even if every examinee would be mandated to undergo their temperature check-up, it would be likely for them to get cross-infected in such a huge crowd. Thus, the postponement of the board examinations is seen as a good-decision taken by the Board authorities to control this grave situation.

Since all the board examinees will be staying home, we are sharing some awesome and handpicked list of ideas that can help the kids and board examinees stay in touch and updated with their learning.

Online resources – Technology and the internet has changed the way we perceive things. Education is one of them. The traditional method of learning has been long altered by e-learning. In present times, you can learn everything from your comfort zone or from anywhere in the world without needing to be physically present inside a classroom. So, amid this tenure of postponement, students can access the listed 10 online resources for learning anything they want to.

#1. BrainPop
#2. Curiosity Stream
#3. Tynker
#4. Outschool
#5. Udemy
#6. iReady
#7. Beast Academy (Math)
#8. Khan Academy
#9. Creative Bug
#10. Discovery Education
 

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YouTube Channels – YouTube is an excellent place of learning with millions of educational contents uploaded here every day. So, if you think that YouTube is solely for the entertaining content, then you haven’t explored this platform yet. Right from solving mathematics problems to decoding the poetries, from nursery rhymes to learning a foreign language, YouTube Channel alone holds a myriad of educational contents for all age groups. So, to explore further in the diverse field of learning, we are enlisting the list of best YouTube channels to enhance learning in various subjects.

#1. Crash Course Kids
#2. Science Channel
#3. SciShow Kids
#4. National Geographic Kids
#5. Free School
#6. Geography Focus
#7. TheBrainScoop
#8. SciShow
#9. Kids Learning Tube
#10. Geeek Gurl Diaries
#11.Mike Likes Science
#12. Science Max
#13. SoulPancake

Students, irrespective of their age and subject interest can get access to a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning activities. Below enlisted comprises a direct link to some of the awesome learning alternatives.

More awesome free learning websites that we like to use

Besides, a wide range of board games, library books (and Kindle), tinkering/upcycling with household junk, etc., are taught online. Also, a good number of resources are available to help kids with learning at home.
Apart from learning and getting productive at home, you are advised to take care of your health and hygiene and observe all the prescribed preventive measures from this fatal disease.

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