NDMC introduces smart classrooms in 2 of its schools

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has started tablet-based smart classes as a pilot project in N.P. Bengali Girls Senior Secondary School and N.P. Girls Senior Secondary School at Gole Market in the Capital.

“These schools will be provided with Internet connectivity, tablets and smart boards, which will cater to the needs of 1,083 students, from Class VI to XII, and 11 teachers,” said NDMC.

The NDMC added that apart from tracking assignments, the teachers will be able to identify individual student learning needs via dashboard. This will help them personalise their methods and provide adequate assistance. The NDMC added that it was studying possibilities to extend the project to 20 schools and Navyug Schools from April.

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