Classroom teaching goes hi-tech at Kendriya Vidyalayas

Blackboards in classrooms will soon be replaced with interactive boards at three Kendriya Vidyalays in Odisha under the e-classroom project launched by the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) in 50 KVs in India. The three KVs in Odisha are Berhampur, KV No.1 in Cuttack and KV Sambalpur. There are 55 KVs in Odisha.

At least ten classrooms of each of these schools (one section from Class III to XII) will be equipped with the necessary gadgets and hardware, which will be provided by the KVS. The students will sit in the e-classroom to interact with their counterparts and teachers of other KVs through the electronic-comprehensive teaching and learning tools (E-CTLT).

“It will enable students to interact with students of other Kendriya Vidyalayas. It will also make them tech-savvy. The classrooms will be highly equipped when all the necessary gadgets are installed to launch the e-classrooms,” a senior teacher of KV Berhampur said.

“We are ready to rollout the project very soon. Our teachers have already been trained at Mumbai and Mysore, while some other teachers are undergoing training,” said K P Dash, principal-in-charge, KV Berhampur.

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