Nurturing Children Through Digital Education

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Online material (videos, books, worksheets) worth 17000+ free for each child

Cutting edge technology and secure virtual classes

Curriculum in accordance with National Education Policy

Empowered teachers with online training

Freebies for students and parents


Frequently Asked Questions

Online preschool has virtual or e-classes that young children can attend from home or from any remote place that has a stable Internet connection. The teachers too work from a remote location and have a structured curriculum to follow.

Online learning or digital learning is ubiquitous right now. Students in more than 186 countries are attending online classes due to safety reasons.

Yes, virtual classes of Bodakdev provide remedial classes as well as doubt-solving sessions with expert faculties. Extra worksheets to practice are also given to students during these sessions.

Young children of Bodakdev School attend their live sessions in the morning. Teachers also share worksheets that the children have to practice and submit. Apart from academics, virtual hands-on activity sessions, fitness sessions, play sessions are also organised to keep young children engaged with the school activities.

Extramarks is provided free to each child of the school for the current academic year of 2020-21. Children can watch interesting age-appropriate videos, moral stories and can practice the concepts taught in the virtual class. They can also log in from their Smart TV and watch Extra marks on their Smart TV.

Virtual classes are a new phenomenon in India, and parents have to get accustomed to it. The role of a parent is significant. They need to help the child with the devices, making them understand the etiquette required during virtual classes. Parents should also keep in touch with the child’s teacher to find out the child’s interest in the class. The assignments, projects given by the school should be completed and submitted on time. They can also get in touch with the counselling department if they notice a change in their child’s behaviour.

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