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You matter, and we miss you

Many teachers to whom we contacted told us, what they wanted students to know is they miss them 100%. EDSTAR ensures amid the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) the quality learning and learning standards won’t be compromised.


Stay safe

The whole purpose of this partial lockdown/ quarantine/ isolation time is to keep as many of us safe and healthy as possible. School is important but so is your health. Take care of yourself and each other (from a safe distance of course). And no matter what happens this year, be proud of yourself, your resilience, and your ability to adapt to extreme circumstances. We are proud of each and every one of you


Be kind to your family

We know being home (in sometimes tight quarters) is tough on everyone, so now is the time to dig deep and be kind. Be kind to your little brother and your older sister. Help them understand the technology they might need for school. Set the table and do the dishes.


Investigate your own interests

Being home means school or college time is a lot shorter. EDSTAR hopes students take the time to figure out what they love and find out more about it.


Get creative

One of the best ways to relieve stress and discover what matters to you is to get creative. EDSTAR hopes students create art in any way that matters to them. Keep those creative juices flowing. You have a lot of time on your hands.


Remain Inside

One of the best, safe activities for students to do is stay inside the home and do exercise regularly. So EDSTAR hopes that students are doing this every single day. DO SWEAT REGULARLY. PLEASE DON'T GET OUTSIDE!

All progress takes place outside the comfort zone. ...


Find ways to make a difference

It’s easy to feel helpless in situations like this, but we can make small differences. We’re hoping students will be supportive and kind to each other remotely as well. Don’t stigmatize your peers or tease anyone about being sick; remember that the virus doesn’t follow geographical boundaries, ethnicities, age or ability or gender.


We’ll be there when you need us

Today, children and young people are global citizens, powerful agents of change and the next generation of caregivers, scientists, and doctors. Any crisis presents the opportunity to help them learn, cultivate compassion, and increase resilience while building a safer and more caring community.


EDSTAR promises to be in touch with any of its user who need moral support on learning methodology as well as proper knowledge on coronavirus pandemic and in the process, we shall develop a bond of friendship with our e-learners to combat this Public Health Emergency of International Concern.


For COVID-19 guidelines and regulations


Message for every corona warrior and ground level worker who are working 24/7 to save humanity!!!

Ultimately, the greatest lesson that COVID-19 can teach humanity is that we are all in this together. There are many on the front lines, who while risking their lives, are making sure we are safe. We need to be thankful for all of them! We are, or will be, going through the most radical transformation the world has ever seen; people are justly terrified, excited, depressed, heartbroken and hopeful, all at once. One day this will be over, and we will be grateful for life in ways we never felt possible for.


EDSTAR salutes to every doctor, soldier, social activists to keep the fight against CORONA highly efficient and thankful to the Government of India for channelizing it’s best resources to protect citizens across the length and breadth of the nation.

“To reach a port we must set sail –
Sail, not tie at anchor
Sail, not drift.”

“We have a chance to do something extraordinary. As we head out of this pandemic, we can change the world. Create a world of love. A world where we are kind to each other. A world where we are kind no matter what class, race, sexual orientation, what religion or lack of or what job we have. A world we don't judge those at the food bank because that may be us if things were just slightly different. Let love and kindness be our roadmap.”


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