28 more government schools in the rural areas in providing district digital classrooms facility inaugurating by the Telugu NRI community of America. The state government is encouraging by providing 70 percent money in the total expenditure and the remaining amount is sponsored by the NRIs.
The Department of School Education is supporting The Digital Classroom project along with the NRI diaspora, aspiration to assist schools in co-opting a technology driven study location through this students can learn and perform well and good.
Identifying the priority of being digitally empowered, the program impotence is equipping schools to give students exciting and effective classrooms learning experience, through using white boards to visual collaboration, digital content and classroom software. This proposal is aimed at working towards providing digital content from prominent service providers in both Telugu and English.
It is not just poor students who benefited but there is renewed interest among the NRIs to do something for their place of birth and the schools where they studied. These schools have become a must destination for NRI donors during their visit to India, Special Representative for North America and project coordinator Jayaram Komati said.
The objective seeks to launch digital classrooms in 5,000 government schools by 2018. It is also proposed to train the teachers at schools including students who are undergraduate as part of the internship program for 30 hours in five different concepts in association with Internshala, an internship and training platform.
It is not only for poor students who benefited but there is restart interest belong the NRIs to do something for their home town and the schools where their studied. These schools turn a goal for NRI donors during their visit to India, Special Representative for North America and project coordinator Jayaram Komati expressed.