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The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) will be training teachers in its schools for its new "smart classrooms".
"The teachers will be imparted in-house training on use, operations, pedagogy and about the digital content of various subjects of smart classes to all teachers teaching class VI to XII," a senior NDMC official said.
"The training will be on weekly basis on every Saturday during the last 2 periods for making the optimum utilisation of the smart classes by the teacher," he added.
Under the Smart City project, NDMC had decided to revamp 444 classrooms at 30 schools as "smart classrooms" with CCTV cameras, LEDs and other required infrastructure for imparting lessons using digital content.
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