Consumer electronics main Samsung on Wednesday stated it’s introducing its flagship Samsung Smart School programme at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya colleges throughout the nation.
The programme is being piloted at 10 JNV (Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya) colleges benefitting 5,000 students, and lots of of those colleges are positioned in distant rural districts, Samsung India stated in an announcement.
Samsung Smart School has two smart school rooms and every of them is supplied with the most recent digital infrastructure. This contains two flip interactive digital boards of 85 inches and 55 inches, which students can use to take part in lectures, quizzes, class work and project work, and 40 tablets for use for self research.
The school rooms even have a printer, a server PC, a pill charging station and energy backup.
“Through the Samsung Smart School programme, students will be able to improve their learning abilities and understanding of critical concepts in the classrooms through interactive digital teaching methods that teachers have been trained on,” stated Samsung.
Among the 5,000 students being coated initially, 40 per cent are ladies and round 260 lecturers, it added.
This is a part of the company’s CSR actions below the imaginative and prescient of ‘Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People’, which goals to create younger leaders of tomorrow by giving less-privileged students entry to the advantages of digital training.
“Samsung helps young people around the world gain access to better educational and learning opportunities. Samsung Smart School programme strengthens our commitment to our vision of #PoweringDigitalIndia,” stated Samsung India Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Partha Ghosh.
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Commissioner Vinayak Garg stated: “The smart classrooms, as part of the Samsung Smart School programme, are helping improve student participation and engagement. I am confident that a programme like this will bring a positive impact in the society and become a benchmark for digital education for the future.”