Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami introduced Sampark FLN television and Sampark Science television, which can change any television into a smart television loaded with learning data, all without the web. These can assist with making brilliant classrooms in government schools.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, introduce Sampark FLN television and Sampark Science television on Monday with an end goal to change government school classrooms into brilliant classrooms. With the assistance of the Sampark FLN television, any TV can be changed into an interactive learning stage with preloaded courses that incorporates tests, worksheets, and energized content.
It works offline without the web. Alongside free enjoyment, Sampark Foundation will offer these plug and-play gadgets free of cost.
“Sampark Smartshala is a drive to encourage education in the state through latest innovation. It would contact almost 11,000 schools in the state,” he said.
“The drive holds a lot of significance for boys and girls living in small areas of the state,” The CM said.
State Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat was also present at the launch event.
“In the present period of innovation, it is extremely essential to promote education and it should spread through modern technological devices to poor regions. Sampark Smartshala is a significant step toward this path,” Rawat said.
Sampark FLN television gadgets will be made accessible in 100 schools across the state during the primary stage, influencing in excess of 17,000 students. To take advantage of the brilliant stage, 200 educators will receive training.
The Sampark Foundation’s founder Vineet Nayar, who is from Uttarakhand itself, also attended the launch at Girls Inter College in Kaulagarh.