Digital classes launched in 1500 schools
- Quality education to students
Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari and IT Minister K T Rama Rao launched digital classes in 1500 schools simultaneously from Mana TV premises here on Wednesday.
Speaking on the occasion, Srihari said they have launched digital classes in first phase to offer the best education. The digital classes with standards will help students polish up their knowledge through quality learning, he said. Srihari, who also holds education portfolio, said the government wants to offer world class education free of cost. The parents should take responsibility to get better education to their children who should make use of digital classes. The government began the exercise of improving the education system in the state to excel others, he said.
KTR said the government has launched digital classes to provide quality education to students. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao wants to take technology to the doorsteps of people who should be in a position to use it. KTR averred that technology is waste and of no use if it is not used for the common man.
Mana TV has already launched classes for those preparing for Group-II examinations and is reaching out to every household in the state. Lauding the role cable operators have played in taking Mana TV services to the people, the IT Minister said that programmes will be expanded in future. Latest technology will be taken to the people through Mana TV and to offer quality education to the students. IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan, Mana TV CEO Shailesh Reddy and other officials were present.
Minister for Animal Husbandry Talasani Srnivas Yadav launched the digital classes ‘qat’ at a function held at the Government High School on Dharamkaran Road in Ameerpet.