To improve the academic standards of the children, Education Department has introduced Computer Aided Learning in the schools run by it, in phased manner. All the MCD primary schools has been grouped in four groups. i.e.
The non-recurring expenditure for school has been revised from Rs. 6.7 lakh to Rs. 6.4 lakh whereas annual recurring expenditure has been revised from 1.34 lakh to Rs. 2.70 lakh. The recurring cost will be provided for a period of 5 years from the year of sanction. The objective of the Scheme is to cover all Government and government aided secondary and higher secondary schools by giving priority for early coverage of schools in educationally backward blocks and in areas having concentration of SC/ST/minority/weaker section. Under the revised scheme, there is a provision of a suitably qualified full time computer teacher in each secondary and higher secondary school. In case of higher secondary school having computer related subjects as elective, there would be need for a post graduate in computers teacher. There are provisions for in-service (induction and refresher) training for all teachers in secondary and higher secondary schools to enable them to impart ICT enabled teaching. 150 smart schools would be sent up by State Government and UTs at the district level using a grant of Rs. 25 lakh for a schools and a recurring grant of Rs. 2.5 lakh per year. This would enable provision of at least 40 computers in each such school. There is a provision to strengthen SIETs to contribute to e-content development.
Our company is authorized by Govt. Of India to deal with E-Governance projects. It sets up enrollment program to collect the details, including demographic and biometric information of every Indian resident. We are working in this project for the last 3 years in the states like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Bihar.