CBSE Books To Be Available Online
Union Minister of Human Resource Department, Smriti Irani announced that all NCERT E-Books and CBSE Books To Be Available Online for free of cost. It is a good action as part of the Centre’s good governance efforts. Now, even economically backward class students may also use the power of Internet to download the essential books for free of cost.
Mrs. Irani said, “We made NCERT books available online for free through e-books and mobile applications a month-and-a-half ago. We are similarly going to make CBSE books available online along with additional learning material and videos as part of our good governance efforts”.
Next year, approximately 14 lakh students will appear High School exam and 12 lakh students will appear higher Secondary School Examination from Central Board of Secondary Education Board. By the Digital India initiatives of PM Modi Government, it’s possible to get books for free, online.
This is a great step from PM Modi Government as students don’t need to pay significant amount of money on buying text books. Students, who belong to economically backward class, may also get NCERT E-Books and CBSE books at free of cost without paying money.
Even since previous few years, some necessary CBSE books were also accessible for free. But now PM Modi Government has taken one step forward, and made it even easier to get.
She inaugurated a new Kendriya Vidyalaya building in East Delhi. On inauguration of that school she said that from next academic year, center is going to begin strategy to help parents. According to these plans parents can analyze performance of their children in Kendriya Vidyalayas.
She also said that from the next academic year the Centre will start on ‘Shaala Darpan’ and ‘Saransh’ services in Kendriya Vidyalayas. This service will be foe students of class I to XII in Kendriya Vidyalayas.
According to the ‘Shaala Darpan’ service, parents will be updated about their wards’ attendance, time table and marks in exams etc through SMSes. By service of ‘Saransh’ parents can compare the subject-wise knowledge outcomes of their child, with others at the district, state and national levels.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said, “You need to check whether you are doing better than yesterday. Are we behaving better than yesterday? The focus should be that if a child gets out of educational institutes 20 years later, he/she should pass out as a sensible person”.
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