Rajasthan governor stresses on bridging digital gap for students in rural areas | Education

Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra on Monday harassed on bridging the digital gap in the current period of data and communication know-how so everybody can get sensible advantage of on-line schooling.

He was addressing an internet inaugural session of Massive Open Online Courses’ (MOOCs’) trainer coaching programme and e-learning organised by Delhi University.

He stated the fundamental goal of the brand new schooling coverage was an all-round growth of the students.

In order to make high quality schooling accessible to everybody from city to rural areas, particular emphasis has been laid on on-line and digital schooling in the brand new schooling coverage, Mishra stated.

He stated the sooner schooling system was targeted on studying and delivering outcomes. Students have been assessed on the premise of scores obtained, which was a one-way strategy to pupil growth, he stated.

The governor stated the brand new schooling coverage lays emphasis on such a structure of schooling which can assist the students at totally different phases of studying.

MOOCs is a web-based free distance schooling programme that ensures the participation of students from geographically distant areas in the sphere of schooling, he defined.

MOOCs and e-learning will open new doorways of accessible on-line schooling in the context of the brand new schooling coverage.

Mukul Kanitkar, National Organisation Secretary of Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal stated that in the period of on-line schooling, together with bridging the digital gap, additionally it is an enormous problem to cease digital misuse.

He recommended that we develop instructional intranet as an alternative choice to Internet for instructional actions. 

Close Story

Back to top button