Telangana Government Launches Digital Classrooms in 3,352 Schools: The Telangana government today launched its digital classrooms programme in 3,352 high schools in the state. Deputy chief minister K Srihari, who holds education portfolio, and IT Minister KT Rama Rao formally started the programme here.
On the first day, the scheme covered 3,352 out of the total 5,400 Government-run high schools. Under it, students would get to watch teaching of various subjects via Mana TV, an educational channel started by the government.
The digital class initiative is not to remove teachers from the education system but to help them, Srihari said. The initiative would be extended to all schools by the beginning of 2017 academic year, he said. The initiative has been started in accordance with chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s emphasis on human resource development for realizing the dream of making Telangana a ‘golden’ State, Srihari said.
Observing that a digital revolution is taking place across the world, the IT Minister said rapid growth can be achieved with the help of modern technology. The government is also working on providing internet connection to all households in the state, Rao added.
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