UP is the second state, after Rajasthan, to take up this various progressive resolution, with an purpose to make sure all-spherical growth of youngsters.
The e-journal will attain students and lecturers twice per week. Each version is split into 4 elements-three for youngsters and one for lecturers.
Named as ‘Library Khidki’, the e-journal could have e-materials akin to poetry and tales for youngsters aged between three and 14 years.
The e-studying materials, accessible in the shape of textual content, audio and video, shall be made accessible to youngsters, mother and father and lecturers principally by social media platforms and the Diksha app.
The first version of the e-journal was launched on June 30. According to Tata Trust’s training officer Vishambhar, who’s overseeing the e-journal mission in UP, the thought of this innovation is to make sure all-spherical growth of youngsters of authorities faculties utilizing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) platforms.
He stated, “Through this innovation, e-materials for topics like library, arts, life expertise training shall be shared for youngsters. For lecturers’ capability constructing, helpful e-materials and educational papers may even be put on-line.
Additional Director (training) Lalita Pradeep stated, “It’s a very innovative concept to reach out to children and their environment with such rich material. This will engage them in age-appropriate stories and content. Teachers and parents will have something very interesting to interact with their children.”