The forms for the survey have already been distributed to all schools, the official, adding that they were directed to collect classwise details, including the total number of students, and those who have access to smartphones and television. “Every headmaster should instruct teaching staff to collect the details and fill the form, which would be submitted to the district education office. The Directorate of School Education would go through all the survey details and arrive at the finding,” he said. The school heads should make arrangements to ensure that the students without android phones and internet connection have the necessary equipment to participate in online class. Separate fund would be allocated for each district so that all the students would have the access to online classes, he said. “Even when schools are reopened once normalcy is restored, there would be a blend of physical and online classes,” the official said. The government would also ensure that all students have access to television so that they also would be able to watch Kalvi Educational Channel.