Chief Minister of Uttarakhand has announced
Free mobile tablet On Saturday, Uttarakhand Chief Minister announced a free mobile tablet program for schoolchildren. This initiative will assist around 2 lakh 65 thousand children in Class 10 and 12 at selected universities and state schools, according to government data. According to a state government official, the DBT provided funds to purchase mobile tablets.
Although The Chief Minister of Uttarakhand handed out complimentary tablets to 100 female students at the Government Girls Inter College. This event was held on Saturday in all the province’s 70 Vidhan Sabhas. According to the Chief Minister, a new auditorium will be built at Government Girls Inter College on Rajpur Road.
Especially “During the Corona time, children faced a lot of issues doing online lessons,” remarked Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. The government is providing tablets to the children to address the challenges they are experiencing. The state administration is making all feasible efforts to improve the quality of schools in the university. Under the banner of digital learning, virtual lessons are being held at 500 schools around the state.
The launch of a free mobile tablet programme
Although it will implement these programs in 600 other institutions shortly, 1,418 smart classrooms in 709 government schools across the state will be finished by January 15, 2022. According to the state administration, all government schools will distribute free textbooks to grades 9 through 12. In addition, government schools provide free backpacks and shoes to pupils in grades one through eight.
In addition, the government has chosen to enhance the quantity of state-level scholarships to serve students’ needs better. The Chief Minister urged residents of the state to be vigilant to protect themselves against the new COVID-19 strain Omicron. He stated that everyone must adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines. “The administration has announced all precautions to guard against corona,” Dhami said, “but awareness is essential to avoid it.”