Kerala is the first state in the country to have high tech classes in all govern
New Delhi: Kerala is the first state in the country to have high tech classes in all government schools. This information was given by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan described it as a "glorious achievement". Announcing this through video conference, he said that all classes are international.
Apart from upgrading the level, the establishment of high tech IT lab has made advanced training system available to the children of the state. More than three lakh digital devices along with laptops, projectors, webcams and printers have been provided under the project.
Vijayan said, "Kerala has become the first state to have high tech classes in all government schools." He said that this would give a big boost to education. He said that the government is taking special interest in imparting education and has presented "Kerala model of education for our great generation" to the world.
The Chief Minister said, "It is the firm decision of the Left Government to make education accessible to all sections of the society. Now, all the children of the state will have support in learning and progress with the help of advanced training system. This is a glorious achievement for the state.
According to the government, it has done this work under the Government Education Rejuvenation Mission, which aims to make all the classrooms international and make a high tech laboratory. Under the mission, a total of 42 thousand classrooms from 8th to 12th standard have been equipped with laptops, projectors and screens and studios have been made in schools. An official release said that it has been ensured that all primary and upper primary schools have at least one smart classroom and computer lab.