BHUBANESWAR:18/6/21: After launching classes for students of Class IX and X, the state government on Thursday launched and e-Mulyankan facilities keeping in mind the disruption of classes during the ongoing pandemic.Odisha has signed an MoU with Central Square Foundation to achieve Foundational Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) among children in classes 1-3. Empowering them with these crucial basic skills is key to their future and nation These online platforms will benefit students, teachers, and district education officers (DEOs).
The e-Pathsala is an online learning platform that has repositories of e-contents in the form of documents, audios, and videos. The e-contents will support different areas of online learning like self-learning, online classes, assignments, assessments, and evaluation of the learners’ progress. The eMulyankan platform is designed to act as a digital bank of practice tests and model questions so that the students can practice for examinations. The teachers can conduct tests, mock examinations, and final examinations through the eMulyankan platform. These e-learning facilities were created as long-term solution for any difficult situation, said school and mass education minister Samir Ranjan Dash after launching the platforms
These e-learning facilities were created as long-term solution for any difficult situation, said school and mass education minister Samir Ranjan Dash after launching the platforms.
The school and mass education department also signed an MoU with Central Square Foundation to achieve foundational literacy and numeracy among children in Class I and III. Teachers have been identified for this programme and it would be taken up in a mission mode, said a senior officer.