Covid-19 has struck us without a warning & has forced people to stay at homes. Like every other industry, even education has become digital. Teachers are taking their classes online. One such teacher’s efforts to make the best use of the resources available to her to impart education to her students has won the Internet. Moumita B, from Pune, Maharashtra, shared a video of herself taking an online class from her home on her LinkedIn account and wrote, “As I didn’t have any tripod so I made an Indian Jugaad for taking online classes from my home” As she teaches Chemistry on a green board, the session is being filmed on her phone. The video shows a self-made tripod that the teacher made using a hanger and multiple cloth strings. The teacher attached her phone to the hanger and suspended it between a plastic chair, with cloth strips holding it in position. She came up with a “desi” jugaad to make sure the live streaming of her class went unhindered. A screenshot from the video made its way to Twitter. “I don’t know where or who. But 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 “, the photo is captioned. Since being shared online, Moumita’s post has gone viral on several social media platforms and prompted many reactions, with netizens lauding the teacher for her efforts. “My only motive was to create a classroom environment with interaction and with board work so students find it fruitful”, Moumita said.