Kathmandu, 14 Nov 2014: AÂ new software is available for free for running e-class in schools. The software developed by Kull Technology will be introduced at first in government and private schools in Kathmandu constituency 4 and 5.
Â At a programme here on Friday, Constituent Assembly member Gagan Thapa said the use of technology would help in imparting quality education to the children. Thapa stressed on changing the old educational system by using the available software while urging the teachers, schools and students to take initiative to make the schools’ technology friendly.
Â At the programme, Teachers’ Union Central Chairman Rajendra Adhikari and Eastern Regional School Committee Chairman Dorprasad Acharya underlined the effectiveness of using communication technology in schools.
Â Kull Technology Pvt. Founding Chairman Sushildev Bhattarai urged the schools to provide quality education with less investment by using an appropriate software.
The students of eight, nine and ten standards can avail of necessary materials by surfing through www.kullabs.comÂ and the materials can also be presented through projector in classes.
Â The Daffodil Boarding School and Daffodil Public School have already started providing education by using the software.