Telangana State launched computerized classroom projects in 3,352 secondary schools on Wednesday. This scheme has been implemented in around 3,352 schools out of 5,400 government-run secondary schools.
On Wednesday, advanced classroom projects were propelled in 3,352 secondary schools in Telangana state by the administration.
Vice president Minister K Srihari, who holds the instruction portfolio said that the activity has been begun as per Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's accentuation on human asset advancement for understanding the fantasy of making Telangana a "brilliant" state.
K Srihari, alongside IT Minister K T Rama Rao, formally began the program. The administration is additionally taking a shot at giving Internet association with all family units in the state, Rao said.
About the plan:
The plan secured 3,352 out of the aggregate 5,400 government-run secondary schools on the principal day
Under it, understudies will have the capacity to watch instructing of different subjects by means of Mana TV, an instructive channel began by the administration
The advanced class activity is not to expel instructors from the training framework but rather to help them, Srihari said. The activity would be stretched out to all schools by the start of 2017 scholastic year, he said.
Watching that an advanced unrest is occurring over the world, the IT Minister said quick development can be accomplished with the assistance of current innovation. Additionally, the Telangana State PSC has issued guidelines to the hopefuls who are wanting to show up for Telangana Group-II administrations examination that they will now need to sit without shoes in the examination lobby.