Arunachal Pradesh Govt Launched Smart Classroom Project
Smart Classroom Project – On Saturday, Arunachal Pradesh State Government launched the Smart Classroom Project across the state under the state government’s Mukhyamantri Aadhunik Shiksha Yojana.
Under the Mukhyamantri Aadhunik Shiksha Yojana, CM Pema Khandu launched this project at the Government Higher Secondary School. During the launching program, CM expressed the hope that this program would give a help in the development of the education sector in the state.
By the tripartite agreement between the Arunachal Pradesh Education Department, IT Department and EdCIL (India) Limited, this ‘Smart Classroom’ project was undertaken.
According to the agreement, the ‘Smart Classroom Project’ would be introduced in the government-run primary, upper-primary, secondary and higher-secondary schools within upcoming 3 years.
According to the CM Khandu, in the first phase, this project will be implemented in about 713 government-run schools, including 100 higher secondary schools, 182 secondary schools, 178 upper primary schools and 253 primary schools.
According to the CM, 21 master trainers and 1,097 teachers — 103 teachers from the state capital — across 21 districts have been provided training in this project.
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