Digitalization has paved its way in the entire world with its benefits tranforming each and evey sector. With an intent to boost the education sector with its benefits, the Special chief Secretary for Education, Adityanath Das has allocated Rs 25crore in the 2018-19 budget to start online classes at govt. junior college.
While the move has been already introduced for the govt schools, this time, it is the junior colleges that will benefit from the move of digital upskilling.
This news esecially is essential for junior colleges and it is worth noting because students in the junior colleges have usually a very tight schedule having lot to plan for the upcoming competitive exams, preparing for the inter boards and choosing their further career options. The move of online classes will help save their precious time as they get to listen to the class even from considerable distances.
As per the reports, tenders have been called for the procurement of required hardware to set-up the digital classroom. Also, the process of selection of colleges to introduce the digital facilties is undergoing where they are considering the colleges that have the higest admissions in the first phase of implementation.
Advanced benefits of Classroom Digitalization
- Personalizes the Education Experience: Each student has a unique need while getting across a a topic. With advanced apps, learning games and e-books, lesson can be customised as per the need of the class.
- Student Workplace Readiness: Today’s jobs are mostly under transformation where more and more companies are preferring to give a remote location to the employee to get the work done. Introducing digital classroom at junior govt. college is like making the students be aware of technology so that they can use it more confiudently when they join the workplace.