It is said that survivors are not always the strongest but the smartest and rightly so, the time to adapt smart solutions and innovative thinking to revolutionize the education sector is now and here. This year has been consequential in every aspect owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. As we enter the Unlock 4.0 stage, more or less the economy has opened, and people are getting back to work. However, education institutes remain closed and depended on online lessons. While there are speculations that the government might open schools and colleges in a phased manner with 33% attendance initially by complying with the standard operating procedures, the situation is far from normal and it may be evitable that there is no going back to pre-COVID times in near future. To meet the high expectations and demands from the entire spectrum, educators are reimagining and recalibrating to address the challenges and grey areas indicated in the lockdown period…………………………………………………………..
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