Bengal govt partners with Edtech start-up to drive digital learning

The pupils of state-run and government-aided schools will be able to access the e-learning portal


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The West Bengal government and an Edtech start-up Thursday announced a strategic partnership to drive digital learning and career development programmes across the state.
The partnership with the start-up, Schoolnet, will help provide an online e-learning platform in Bengali, Geneo eSekha', to students from classes 5 to 10, a statement said.
The pupils of state-run and government-aided schools will be able to access the portal through the official website of West Bengal's School Education Department.
The initial tie-up is for one year, officials said.
In addition, Schoolnet will be providing a multi-lingual career guidance portal to the School Education Department especially for students from Classes 9 to 12 for future career advancement.
The tenure is primarily for one year which is mutually extendable in the future.

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The interactive digital learning platform covers Science, Mathematics, and English for students of classes 5 to 8, and English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Life Science, History, and Geography for classes 9 and 10, the statement said.
Furthermore, the latest West Bengal State Board textbooks will be presented in a digital format, allowing students to re-learn what they have been taught in school.
Speaking about the association, Goutam Maiti, Vice President, Schoolnet said, Along with the Government of West Bengal, we share a joint vision to enable every child in the state to succeed. Digital learning, especially among the middle and bottom of the pyramid is of utmost importance.

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First Published: Nov 25 2021 | 7:56 PM IST

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