On April 6, the Meghalaya government directed all schools to close till April 30 amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Shillong: Fearing that students may miss out on education, several schools in Meghalaya have now registered with the online school portal ‘CR School’.

After the outbreak of COVID-19, the state government immediately closed down all schools in Meghalaya on March 17. The state government even advised parents to keep their children occupied and updated through online learning.

Providing the students with all the educational help needed, the month-old CR School, a startup of CR Projects, has seen participation from many schools in the state of Meghalaya like Seven Set School, Mrs N Hills Tiny Tots East Ville School, H. Elias Higher Secondary School, Shullai Progressive Secondary School, Army Public School, Christian Academy and Meghalaya Police Public School, to name a few.

CR School, a free social initiative designed and created by CEO and founder, Christopher Rani, has reached great heights and has been able to provide the stranded students all the educational help they need.

The website also highlights interesting statistics to mark its growth with a total of 3,19,290 visitors, of which 5,604 were seen on April 21. The total number of logins by students and teachers, since the inception of the website, has been 98,429, whereas the total number of posts updated on it equals to 2,406. Of these, the total number of logins and posts as on April 21 were 2,437 and 136, respectively.

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