‘Smart Class’ being introduced in Jharkhand goverment schools
A teacher teaching in a “Smart Class” in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. (Representative TOI file photo by P Sreedharan)

“Smart Class” in government schools is being introduced in a phased manner, Jharkhand education minister Neera Yadav told the state assembly on Tuesday.

 In the first phase, “Smart Class” (teaching through modern communication) was introduced in 203 Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls Schools and there are plans to introduce the same in other schools in a phased manner, she said in a written reply.

Yadav was replying to ruling BJP MLA Biranchi Narayan’s short notice question whether the government has any plan to bring the standard of education between government and private schools on par.

 Replying to his supplementary query, the minister appealed all MLAs to adopt one government school each and added the standard of education in government schools was improving under the leadership of chief minster Raghubar Das.

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