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Technology driven courses for rural institutions J K

The schools and institutions were directed to install internet connection in school.
Technology driven courses for rural institutions J K

Education are been given priority is almost every state.New technologies and innovation also have been encouraged in rural schools and insitution. Likewise in a small village in Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand teachers encourage students for Information Technology courses and in many schools smart classes have also been introduced.

Likewise in Jammu and Kashmir governmentdirected the state education department to roll out new technology-driven initiatives in the educational institutions to improve the quality of teaching and learning. 

Minister of state for Information, Education and Culture, Priya Sethi visited the rural and border schools, and said the J&K government has started setting new standards in state’s education sector. 

Interacting with the functionaries of the Education Department during her visit to various schools in district Samba, the minister said that the government has initiated various measures to transform the education sector so that the students in J&K can compete with their counterparts in other states of the country. 

She said the initiatives like smart classrooms, Model Schools, Cluster Universities and other such measures are going to go a long way in improving the quality of teaching and learning. 

The School Principal was directed to install internet connection in school. 

She took serious note of dilapidated condition of GMS Boys Kehli Mandi and passed directions for its immediate repairs. 

 

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