Digital learning begins at 12 public schools in Kaithal : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Parveen Arora

Kaithal, April 14

In a bid to spread digital learning among children, digital classrooms have been installed in 12 public schools in Kaithal district, where they are taught using tablets, laptops and smart TVs.

This initiative has been taken by the International Association for Human Values ​​(IAHV), an NGO which is a sister organization to The Art of Living, in association with SBI Cards and Payment Services Ltd as part of the CSR activity based on its Wablewadi model launched by a government school in a small village in Pune. Faced with obstacles due to the Covid-induced confinement, the NGO completed this project in about eight months. He selected schools based on the motivation and learning abilities of teachers and students.

Schools have been provided with laptops, tablets, printers, smart TV, whiteboard and other high-tech equipment so that students can easily enjoy the ease of digital learning in their classrooms. The responsibility for the maintenance of this equipment rests with the staff members of these public schools. This concept was pioneered at Government High School Mohna in Pundri block and government primary schools in Peoda, Bhatian, Dera Pratap Singh, Narwalgarh, Pai, Kharkan, Lender Keema, Seemla, Badsikri, Prabhavat and Kakot villages.

Pradeep Dahiya, deputy commissioner, said he had recently visited a few schools. “Digital learning will also help raise the IQ level of students which will help them in their future,” DC Dahiya said. “We will look at this project and try to implement it in other schools,” the DC said.

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