Madhya Pradesh school education department is contemplating setting up of 3,000 smart classrooms in government schools across all 51 districts in the state.

Sources said each district would have at least 30 smart classrooms as per the proposal drafted by Rajya Shiksha Kendra, Bhopal.

An interactive training programme will be conducted for government school teachers to introduce them to smart class technology once proposal is approved.

The proposal aims at providing education to students through audio-visual interactive teaching and multimedia computer-aided smart classes, which would make teaching more effective.  Moreover, technology-driven methods would also make learning interesting for the students.

Model schools will be identified where smart classes will be launched to provide education via audio-visual methods in composed environment to sustain the interest of students.

If the proposal gets government approval, each smart classroom will have a smart board, computers and projectors.

Students and teachers will also be provided with tablets.  The tablets will have entire course list and apart from the usual course, puzzles and mathematical games to engage students.

Source: Times of India