Regarding the program of Hon'ble Prime Minister with the schools of the state Monday 18th April, 2022.
ગાંધીનગર કમાંડ એંડ કંટ્રોલ સેંટરનુ નામ બદલાયું
વિદ્યા સમિક્ષા કેંદ્ર તરીકે ઓળખાશે આ સેંટર
પ્રધાનમંત્રી નરેન્દ્ર મોદીએ ટ્વિટ કરી નવુ નામ લખ્યુ
શિક્ષણ વિભાગનુ રીયલ ટાઈમ મોનિટરીંગ સેંટર રાજ્ય સરકારે તૈયાર કર્યુ છે
Regarding the above subject, it is to be mentioned that on 18.04.2022, the Hon'ble Prime Minister will pay a visit to the Command and Control Center (CCC) for Schools, Sector-12, Gandhinagar. During the visit, the Hon'ble Prime Minister will be interacting with the following schools from CCC through video conferencing.
Hon'ble Shri Narendrabhai Modi Saheb, son of Panota of Gujarat and Prime Minister of Lokladila, on Monday 18th April, 2022 from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm under the leadership and guidance of Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel Saheb and through the efforts of Hon'ble Education Minister Shri Jitubhai Waghani Saheb. Is the first visitor to Command & Control, Gandhinagar in all of India to get information about the operation of Education Department, steps taken to implement National Education Policy 2020 in Gujarat, to be aware of other education related issues and to give guidance in this regard which is a matter of pride for us.
The entire program of the visit taken by Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi will be telecast through Doordarshan's Girnar channel, Byseg and YouTube. All Saraswat brothers and sisters of Gujarat State, State / District / Taluka Federation office bearers, Acharya Mitro, S.M.C. Gujarat State Primary Teachers Union requests the committee members, villagers, students, guardians, educators, friends of various organizations to watch the program through the above medium.
Transformatio of School Education
With a focus on building competence, stimulate critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities, the new learning methodology is designed to provide holistic education, writes Ashish Chaturvedi, Founder – SchoolDiary
For decades, the Indian School Education system has been driven through fragmented regional board directives and was majorly focused on textbook learning, in a classic ‘chalk and talk’ classroom formats. However, over the past few years, this has been steadily changing. Digitisation and access to viable broadband connectivity, coupled with supportive government policies, have been key drivers of this change. Further, the introduction of international board (IG) schools, and access to smart technology, and digital learning tools, are also helping Indian classrooms to adopt integrated, experience-oriented teaching techniques.
Apart from the above, the key trends in school education that have been instrumental in the development of a holistic learning methodology can be summarised as follows:
Tech-Enabled Applied Learning: Over the past decade, technology advancements in the form of learning aids, tools and assisted learning programmes have steadily become a part of the regular school processes. Through initiatives like STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based curriculums that are integrated with regular board syllabus, students are encouraged to think, innovate and work independently to create solutions for real world problems. Other methods that use AI and ML, supported by digital learning aids, are introduced to promote analytical thinking, creative problem solving, and build overall competence and practical skills that are vital in the real world.