Friday 28 October 2016

Digital classrooms in 1500 Telangana schools from November 14

HYDERABAD: The state government will launch digital classrooms in 1,500 government schools across the state starting November 14.  By introducing this novel concept, the government wants to make the students studying in government schools compete with their counterparts in corporate schools. Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister K Srihari on Friday announced that digital
classrooms would be started in 1,500 upper primary schools in the state. Srihari conducted a review with education department officials on the issue here on Friday.

He directed the officials to prepare a district-wise list of schools for digital classrooms and ensure that all the districts were covered under the programme.

The required training for teachers in government schools for taking digital classes would be completed by November 10. Srihari said the digital classes would be held for classes 6 to 9. Except Hindi, the remaining five subjects would be taught through digital classes.  The digital classrooms would be introduced in phases.

Initially, the digital classrooms would be started on November 14 at BC, Tribal, Minority residential schools, KGBV schools, government and zilla parishad schools, the deputy CM said.

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