Bhubaneswar: The Unit IX Girls High School in the Capital City had a special visitor. Chairperson of Mo School Abhiyan, Susmita Bagchi was at the school as part of the ‘Smart Classrooms’ project of Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL).
She was accompanied by CEO BSCL-cum-Commissioner, Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation, Sanjay Kumar Singh and officials of School and Mass Education department. General Manager, BSCL, Kamaljit Das was also present.
The “Smart Classrooms” project is being implemented in 13 schools in the city and each school will be connected to the system through their ‘Smart Classes’ as there would be one Smart Classroom each in the selected schools under this initiative.
The objective is to facilitate virtual learning by bringing technology to the classroom and improve student engagement activities like read, write and making visualisation possible and child-friendly.
An e-learning application for classroom, it will use Windows-based desktop, keyboard and mouse and would provide student analytics and digital learning solutions. The project is unique as it can track the child and its activities or lifestyle and the software in the learning process can disseminate the information in three Indian languages i.e. English, Hindi and Odia.