Shangshad (Parliament) TV

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.

LEAVING NO STUDENT BEHIND

When COVID forced all schools to close indefinitely putting the future of an entire generation at risk, the government started making every effort to minimize the learning loss.


Given that only about 35% of secondary school students and less than 20% of primary school students have access to the internet, TV was conceptualized as an effective education content delivery mechanism. An idea that was put forward several years ago based on the largely underutilized infrastructure of Parliament TV with the Honorable Prime Minister, Honorable Speaker of the Parliament, and the Honorable Education Minister all endorsing the idea.


The urgency and sheer weight of the massive need created by COVID-19 finally enabled the Parliament TV to be repurposed so it could broadcast thousands of lessons – 19 classes daily, from morning to early evening – for primary, secondary, madrassa, and vocational education, this time reaching students in tens of millions.


Thus, Parliament TV, once a TV station that was largely under-utilized by airing parliament sessions every few months, transformed into delivering thousands of daily lessons - a transformation that took just 6 days.