Aguli 21 july 23: Tripura Chief Minister, Prof. Dr. Manik Saha, reaffirmed the government’s commitment to improving the state’s education quality and infrastructure. During the inauguration of 752 smart classrooms in government schools at Umakanta Academy School in Agartala, the Chief Minister emphasized the importance of education, health, and agriculture as top priority areas for the government.
The introduction of smart classrooms is seen as a significant digital step that aims to enhance students’ interest in education. Currently, 100 schools in the state are part of the Vidyajyoti scheme, with plans to include an additional 25 schools in the future. The state government is dedicated to providing quality education to students and ensuring high standards in all aspects.
Under the smart classroom initiative, the central government has sanctioned 812 smart classrooms for the financial years 2021-22 and 2022-23, with 752 inaugurated during the recent event. These smart classrooms have been implemented in 744 schools at the Secondary and Higher Secondary levels and in 8 primary schools, each costing approximately Rs 2.78 lakh.
The primary objective behind this initiative is to ignite students’ interest in studies and keep them up-to-date with the latest advancements in education, emphasizing the importance of equipping teachers with the necessary tools and knowledge for effective teaching. The Tripura government remains dedicated to the comprehensive development of the education sector in the state.