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Smart Classrooms Addressing The Concern of Teacher Shortages in Schools of Nuh, Haryana

Image showing smart classroom set up in schools of Nuh, Haryana implemented by iDream Education in collaboration with M3M Foundation to address concern teacher shortages in the district.

The shortage of qualified teachers in Nuh, Haryana has raised significant concerns among parents, government officials, students, and members of the social sector dedicated to enhancing education in the region. According to reports, several schools in Nuh, a district of Haryana, are operating without a single teacher. Official records indicate that out of 17 primary schools in the district, accommodating 1501 students, none have any teaching staff. In one school, 411 students rely on the guidance of just one teacher. Furthermore, there are 21 secondary/senior schools with 3091 students but without any teachers.

High enrollment of students and the inadequacy of teachers in Schools of Nuh, Haryana

These alarming statistics of the high enrollment of students and the inadequacy of teachers deeply concerned the project coordinators and managers of M3M Foundation. These are the ones who work closely with the schools in Nuh, Haryana. They frequently notice students struggling with learning challenges, increasing the burden on existing teaching staff. Moreover, parents express apprehension about whether their children are receiving adequate education due to the lack of teachers.

Smart Classrooms To Address Teacher Shortages in Schools of Nuh, Haryana

To minimize the workload and provide assistance to teachers at the school, project coordinators of M3M Foundation have devised a plan to introduce smart classrooms in senior secondary schools. 

Why Smart Classrooms?

In schools where the teacher-to-student ratio is lower, smart classrooms play a significant role in optimizing the educational experience. Teaching, inherently, follows a one-to-many approach, where a single teacher imparts knowledge to a group of students. However, the integration of smart technologies elevates this by complementing the teacher’s ability to engage students and help them comprehend and retain concepts. Further, smart classes often rely on pre-recorded lessons, interactive modules, and well-structured curriculum-aligned content. This ensures that all students receive the same high-quality instruction, regardless of individual teacher variations.

Smart Class Setup in 10 Schools of Nuh, Haryana

Image depicting a teacher training by iDream Education to use an Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) for smart class teaching

To integrate smart classrooms, the M3M Foundation partnered with iDream Education and introduced smart classes on 65-inch LG Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) screens preloaded with educational content tailored to students from grades 1 to 12, aligned with the NCERT curriculum in both Hindi and English. Additionally, to enable teachers with personalized devices for lesson plans, tablets containing the same content in each school have been given. This is to empower teachers to prepare lesson plans and synchronize their teaching with the smart class.

How Smart Classes are benefitting teachers, students, and parents?


  • Smart classes free up teacher time and maximize effectiveness. The seamless integration of smart class content with existing textbooks allows teachers to multitask. They can facilitate active video-based learning in one class while providing focused instruction in another.
  • Visual-led teaching enhances the overall classroom experience. It is becoming easier for teachers to help students comprehend complicated concepts more clearly and in less time reducing the need for lengthy explanations. This translates to shorter, more effective lessons and the capacity to teach even more classes within a day.



  • Parents expressed satisfaction with the school for embracing technological advancements to address the shortage of teachers and integrating smart class devices into the learning environment.

Thoughts of Coordinators of M3M Foundation 

From the regular communication of M3M Foundation coordinators with teachers and students, we know teachers and students are really enjoying the smart class content, especially practicals.  Science experiments are usually tough to explain in theory and can not be performed in schools without science labs. But with smart classes, students are learning by watching these experiments on screen. It makes learning easier and helps them understand the chemical formulas and equipment better. 

To Conclude

Implementing smart classes is just the first step in our journey to support schools in delivering quality education, even with staffing limitations. We’re committed to continuous improvement, working closely with teachers to ensure they are using smart classes in the best possible ways.  

Keep an eye out for further developments  in our next update
In case you would like to know more about our smart classroom for your education initiative, visit our website. You can also write to us at [email protected]

Ayushi Agarwal is an Assistant Manager - Marketing & Content Writing at iDream Education. With 7+ years of writing, her focus has shifted passionately to education over the past two years. Her dedication lies in researching and crafting content around solutions that address learning gaps, drive sustainable digital learning programs, empower last-mile learners, and ensure educational access for all. This commitment makes her work a valuable asset for social sector leaders seeking to drive change.

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