The distribution of digital devices at primary schools in Kerala state has reached its final step. With its completion, Kerala will be the first state to obtain complete digitization in the education sector. Hoping to be out in October.
Hi-tech labs are operated at 9941 schools (class 1 to class 7) using Rs 292 crore provided by the KIFFB.
Most of the government-aided schools with class 8 to 12 already been evolved to hi-tech.
Based on the development, schools in cooperation with Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education is prepared to connect.
As part of digitalisation, USB speaker, computer, laptop, video projector, document camera, laptop, education software interactive whiteboard, multimedia projects, will be introduced in hi-tech classrooms.
All subjects will be digital interactive books, m learning systems and learning will be stabilised.