In recent years, India has seen a massive revolution toward adopting digital solutions in education and recruitment sectors. With the current central government’s focus on transforming the country into a digital hub, there is suddenly more emphasis toward transforming the entrance, recruitment and academic assessment processes.
Following the same path, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has also started working in the same direction, working tirelessly towards uplifting the educational infrastructure in government schools through use of digital literacy.
The Government of Andhra Pradesh, has launched a social initiative, AP Janmabhoomi, under the leadership of the Special Representative for North America focusing on three key developmental schemes: Digital Classrooms, Anganwadi Centers, and Crematoriums.
Through AP Janmabhoomi, the attempt is to bridge the gap between the privileged private schools and district government schools has been a constant one. The flagship social initiative of the Government of Andhra Pradesh, which involves NRIs to contribute with the intent of working for the advancement of the sunrise state, is taking strides to bring digital aids to such government schools to maintain equilibrium in this regard.
According to analysts, visually improved presentation through use of graphics increases students’ interests in classrooms. The fact that such initiatives and programmes are well-received proves that rural schools are ready for new-age teaching methods through digital classrooms. All they need is implementation on a large-scale to ensure quality education.