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Rajasthan got its first e-learning programme for schools

by RajasthanDirect
Feb 11, 2014

Rajasthan got its first e-learning programme for schools which was launched at a government school in Au village in Bhartapur district. This programme was launched by the education Minister, Kalicharan Saraf. The same program would be shortly introduced schools which is facing shortage of teachers.

Au village falls in Deeg tehsil of Bharatpur district. The state government is presently functioning from Bharatpur, as all the cabinet ministers are camping there and the chief minister, Vasundhara Raje, will preside over a cabinet meeting here.

Saraf said the students participating in the e-learning programme would also get an opportunity to learn computer operations and compete successfully with their counterparts in big cities. He pointed out that the programme would also lead to a significant reduction in the dropout rate of students from schools.

Saraf said the vacant posts of teachers in the government schools would be filled up shortly, but till then the alternative arrangements of subject teachers would be made from other schools, so that the studies are not hampered. He also assured that the verandahs in front of classrooms would constructed without delay.

src: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/jaipur/First-e-learning-programme-for-schools-launched-in-Rajasthan/articleshow/30229704.cms

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