Rural education face a toss. The department of education reveals the loopholes the education system facing in rural which includes shortage of teachers, quality education, infrastructure, proper syllabus, quality education, lack of proper commuting system and many more.
One of the major context the survey revealed the Science subject facing hurdles in rural schools. Either the proper science teachers are missing in rural schools or proper system , infrastructure. To ease the problem ‘Mobile Science Exhibition’ are introduced in the rural villages in India.
An attempt to make science education comfortable and easy for children the Union Government’s Digital India took an initiative, the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Culture, launched a ‘science bus’ in Kolkata highlighting various aspects and benefits of digital technology in different sectors.
The exhibition displays the development of technologies associated with computers and the Internet. It also lucidly describes the role of the Internet, the World Wide Web and mobile phones in transforming the modern digital world. The impact of digital technology on various sectors such as banking, health care and other Indian industries is depicted through numerous display panels.
“The Mobile Science Exhibition bus are visiting the rural areas of eastern India in an effort to spread awareness about the application of digital technology in various aspects of our lives such as agriculture and education,” Director General of NCSM G.S Rautela.