Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwath Narayan on Saturday mentioned the quantity of smart classrooms in the State could be elevated to 8,500 this yr. “The government is giving importance to digital education to ensure students are not affected in times of the Covid-19 crisis,” he mentioned.
The authorities has set a goal of changing 8,500 classrooms of larger training into smart courses. Out of this, 2,500 smart classrooms have been launched, he was quoted as saying by his workplace in a press launch.
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As half of digital studying, 1.10 lakh laptops got to diploma college students final yr at a price of Rs 330 crore. This yr, about 1.6 lakh Tablet PCs have been being distributed to college students of first grade diploma, polytechnic and engineering faculties, he mentioned.
To make digital training a actuality, the federal government created an alternate efficient teaching-learning system. This contains the very best of the contents on every matter and three.5 lakh courses developed by the college of the faculty training division have been uploaded, he mentioned, including that this concerned an expenditure of Rs 4 crore.