Video of a Chemistry teacher from Pune , India taking online classes became viral in social media. Schools have started teaching their students online due to the lockdown and have switched to online classroom and virtual lessons to teach their students. A video of a chemistry teacher from Pune using a self-made tripod with a hanger and cloth ropes in order to live stream the class is doing its around in the internet lately.
Watch Viral Video Online Class of a Chemistry teacher from Pune, India
Moumita B, a chemistry teacher from Pune can be seen in the video recording live class for her students. Her phone is mounted on a hanger and with the help of cloth strips she has suspended her phone between a plastic chair.
After she uploaded her teaching style video in the internet people have been supporting her. Her video has reached over 3 lakh views.
“As I didn’t have any tripod so I made an Indian ‘jugad’ for taking online classes from my home,” wrote Moumita B in the caption of the video. Further, she wrote, “my only motive was to create a classroom environment with interaction and with board work so students find it fruitful.”
Seeing her dedication and willingness to teach students in this lockdown, people were speechless.
“This picture made my day. A teacher setting up their online class with available resources. There is so much passion in this picture makes me overwhelmed,” said a user.
Indian Forest Service officer Sudha Ramen shared the video seeing the hard work and dedication of the teacher in spite of the challenges she faced.
“Can I humbly offer to have a Tripod shipped to your location please, would be more than happy to do so. If that is ok, do DM me the ship-to location and I will send a confirmation once ordered. Can send a few to your co-teachers too if they need it. Keep up the good work,” wrote another user.
“This is what we have to understand and learn from you that crying over lack of resources is never going to solve a problem. When we have the right motivation, problems are automatically resolved,” wrote a student.