Andhra Pradesh to introduce digital learning from pre-primary level

CM Jagan Mohan Reddy inspected equipment to be installed in classrooms

New Delhi:

The government of Andhra Pradesh is ready to introduce digital learning from pre-primary level. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has proposed that smart TVs be installed from pre-primary (grades 1-2) and projectors be installed from grade 3. “Smart teaching facilities will benefit both to children and teachers,” said CM. Apart from this, the CM has also reviewed the tabs to be provided to students in class 8. READ ALSO | ISC 12th Result 2022 Probably July 24

The Chief Minister has ordered projectors and interactive screens to be installed in every classroom, to make teaching more interactive and innovative. “Many reforms have been introduced in the education sector and supervision must be equally strong at all levels. Immediately fill positions with supervisory responsibilities at various levels, including DEO and MEO in the Department of Education. Fill the positions of SCERTs, Lecturers and Lecturers,” the Chief Minister said.

The Minister directed officers to continuously maintain and update all data relating to ongoing programs in the education system in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. He also requested officials to prepare the SOP and that it should be followed in the districts.

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