Kerala govt to provide offline digital classes for Lakshadweep students


Unlike other places, there were no online classes available for students on Lakshadweep Islands due to poor connectivity.

The Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) has come out with a plan to provide the offline version of its ‘First Bell 2.0’ digital classes for the students in Lakshadweep region, who study Kerala syllabus. This comes after the request by the Directorate of Education, Lakshadweep Administration, to KITE to provide the digital contents offline to the students in Lakshadweep, where there are issues related to internet connectivity as well as availability of DTH channel, an official statement said.

Further, the Education Officer of Lakshadweep had visited the KITE State Office, following which it was decided to support the students in Lakshadweep by providing downloaded versions of digital contents of pre-primary to class 12 classes on a monthly basis. This initiative would directly benefit 6,420 students in 43 schools…

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