OCTAA Fight against lockdown 4
Cuttack: Odisha coaching and training academy association establish in 2000 had a press meet today for opening coaching centres in this state during lockdown 4.
Pravat tripathy state secretary OCTAA said ,they are most affected during lockdown period due to covid-19.
now government should take necessary step for opening coaching centres in the state so that they can able to provide coaching to the students of all level.
students are not able to take coaching through online system due to several problems held during the online coaching.
Search students are not able to understand properly as well as there is a problem of internet and the time schedule.
He said we are ready to follow the guidelines of social distancing so that we can protect from spreading covid-19 but many youth for unemployed during this period as they are engaged in providing coaching in this private coaching centres.
Private teacher and private coaching centre owner, these section of the society are very much neglected as because this section of the society are having less contribution to the government fund in the form of revenue. They had to pay rent, salary to the staff, with zero revenue.
Many teacher were present from different cities.
We will submit memorandum to the competent authority to take necessary actions as soon as possible he said.