Government had commenced the process of formulating a New Education Policy through the consultation process for an inclusive, participatory and holistic approach; which took expert opinions, field experiences, empirical research, stakeholder feedback, and lessons learnt from best practices into consideration. As stakeholders, it is important that we deep dive to understand what short term and
In a scenario where the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the education flow of around 1 billion students worldwide, it is indeed a matter of concern. Already more than 80% of our rural India students suffer from historical learning gaps; and this discontinuation of learning will perhaps pile up the gap. However, schools are trying their
Recognizing the need for good quality educational content for school students during coronavirus enforced restrictions, Govt of India launched a national programme VidyaDaan 2.0 on 22nd April, 2020 and invited e-learning content contributions from the education fraternity. The content will be used on DIKSHA app to help millions of children across the country to continue
ICT stands for Information and Communication Technology. The implementation of ICT labs in schools was launched in 2004 and was revised in 2010 to provide secondary stage students an opportunity to understand in a better way from computer aided learning process. ICT labs in government schools are a component of Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA).
From blackboards to digital boards to personalised boards, it has been quite a journey technology has seen inside our classrooms. But even as we enter the 21st century, we are yet to reach a conclusive destination. The journey continues. We are still experimenting, learning and designing a framework that would solve the last mile learning