Provience 3: A government school, Sajhapur Secondary School in Meghauli has introduced smart learning classes to make education more interesting for students. Sajhapur Secondary School is presumed as “smart classes.”
The students are highly taught with the help of technology. The school administration has installed a projector and a sound system.
A ninth-grader, Indira Rijal said that the school has introduced an audiovisual learning system. I think this helps us concentrate more, and it is a fun way of learning.
Nishan Basnet,a tenth grader student said- “it has become easier for me and my classmates to understand lessons.Theoretical,as well as practical learning, has become interesting now. We understand subjects like Science better with the help of audiovisuals.”
In each province, the federal government is currently running smart classes in at least one government school. Sajhapur Secondary School in Bharatpur Metropolis, which was established 65 years ago and it is the first one to be selected for “smart classes”.The school started running smart classes five months ago in Province 3.
The school headmaster, Mr. Tejendra Prasad Bhusal said that the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MOIT) helped the school to start smart classes. The ministry had provided 12 smart boards, 14 projectors, 12 sound system, 16 CCTV cameras, and 60 computers.“The ministry provided us with equipment worth Rs 8.3 million”- he mentioned.
A science teacher, Mr. Bharat Babu Dhakal said that the government’s move to introduce smart classes in community schools is praiseworthy. We live in a world of information and technology. It’s essential for students to get used to technology and its benefits from an early age. It is equally important for teachers to understand new and more effective ways of teaching.
The students from grade seven to grade twelve are learning their lessons through the digitalized teaching process.
The chairperson at the School Management Committee, Ms. Lalmaya Adhikari said that guardians too have shown interest in the way their wards are being taught in the school.
Source: The Kathmandu Post
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