02-12-2015, 04:59 PM
Arunachal Pradesh has become the first state in the country to launch a web-based educational program for all schools in collaboration with Google.
The chief minister Global education program, inaugurated by Nabam Tuki initially be released in more than 50 schools in the state and later spread to other customs in gradually.
The system aims to bring the power of the web in the classroom and improve productivity.
"The main inspiration is that it simplifies the process of teaching and students can easily understand the teaching. Everything here will be connected via the laptop. Books will be there but with books, it will be an easier way to teach and understanding. So students can get a lot of benefits, "said the chief Minister Nabam Tuki.
In order to properly implement the project, the government is now working to eliminate communication problems in the state school facilities and better complexion.
The Northeast region is landlocked and students often face problems due Badha and other disturbances.
The availability of internet-based learning system is to improve the teaching process and make it easier for students to study at home.
"We talked with the central government to the problem of connectivity and have promised that it will be given within this year. They say that in order to solve the problem of broadband internet use. After this problem is solved "Tuki added.
Once implemented, smart classes will give impetus to the process of teaching and learning easier, especially for those living in remote areas.