Hyderabad, December 27:Now-a-days, the demand of digital classrooms are mostly preferred in highly corporated schools. These are already implemented in some richest schools.There is a need of digital classes in all schools.these were aimed at enhancing the understanding of students through audio visual mode.
The Government has released Rs.5.62 crore for purchase of software and hardware required for the digital classes in different schools across the State from next academic year.
Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiam Srihari told the Legislative Assembly on Monday that digital classrooms for classes 6 to 9 had been introduced in 3,472 high schools, including the Zilla Parishad high schools, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, residential schools and others.
Digital classrooms were introduced in schools that had assured power supply in the first phase and they would be extended to the remaining 1,933 schools by the next academic year.
Replying to queries on security arrangements for the equipment, he said school grants to the tune of Rs.63 crore had been released to schools for making arrangements, including appointment of two new staff per school, for maintenance.maintaining security of the equipment.