The Kerala government will begin virtual classes for school students starting June 1, in an effort to ensure that lessons are not missed due to the COVID-19-induced blockade.Director of Public Instruction (DPI), K Jeevan Babu, said the classes will be through the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE): victim channel under the name “Primera Campana”. “We know very well the situation of COVID-19, its spread and how dangerous it is. We need the approval of the center. and the state government to open schools and start regular classes. So the department decided to start online. Classes Classes will be through the KITE Victers channel, “Babu told the media. KITE has even taken out the schedule to hold the classes. The sessions will take place from 8:30 a.m. at 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday for all classes from 1 to 12, except class 11, on the channel.