Union HRD minister Smriti Irani, who was inaugurating a new Kendriya Vidyalaya building in East Delhi, announced that “All CBSE books to be made available online for free” for the benefit of students and academic schools. The minister revealed that NCERT books have already been made available online for free (in the form of e-books and mobile apps).
The HRD Ministry is in the favor of organizing Child Conventions, which would include interactions between children and professionals, so that students grow into good human beings. She said that the Centre will start initiatives to help parents analyse performance of their child in Kendriya Vidyalayas from the coming year.
The Centre will also launch ‘Shaala Darpan’ and ‘Saransh’ services in Kendriya Vidyalayas from the coming session. The ‘Shaala Darpan’ service is aimed at using SMS to keep parents informed about their wards’ attendance, time table and marks in exams. On the other hand, ‘Saransh’ will assist parents compare the subject-wise results of their children, with others at the district, state and national levels.
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