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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Welcomes you to a presentation on Information and Communication Technologies ( ICT) in schools by Dr. R.G. Nadadur, IAS Principal Secretary Education Department May 28, 2009 GOK/ICT-1/14. Objectives of the ICT Programme

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GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

Welcomes you to a presentation on

Information and Communication Technologies ( ICT)

in schools

by

Dr. R.G. Nadadur, IAS

Principal Secretary

Education Department

May 28, 2009

GOK/ICT-1/14

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Objectives of the ICT Programme

  • - Establish an enabling environment to promote the usage of ICT in
  • schools.
    • Enhance the learning levels of students in Mathematics, Pure Sciences,
    • Social Sciences, Language and numerous Extra- Curricular activities
    • - Promote critical thinking and analytical skills by developing self
    • learning
    • - Enable students to acquire skills needed for the digital world for
    • higher studies and gainful employment.
    • Build capacity in teachers to upgrade their learning and teaching skills by
    • using ICT tools.
  • GOK/ICT-2/14
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GOK/ICT-12/12

GOK/ICT-3/14

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ICT for students - 1

  • 2000
  • Radio Programmes on Akashavani
  • Chinnara Chukki for class I to II
  • Chukki Chinna for class III to V
  • Keli Kali for class VI to VIII
  • No. of Lessons – 405
  • Coverage 60,823 schools
  • 87 lakh children
  • Interactive lessons were broadcast from 10 stations of Akashvani
  • Teachers were provided with time table and hand book in advance
  • They were enabled to synchronize their teaching with the broadcasts
  • GOK/ICT-4/14
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ICT for students - 2

  • 2002-2010 Mahiti Sindhu Project
  • 1011 schools 3,00,000 beneficiaries/year
  • 2003-06 Eleventh Finance Commission Project
  • 88 schools 42,000 beneficiaries/year
  • 2003-06 Revised Class Project
  • 150 schools 53,000 beneficiaries/year
  • 2007-2012 ICT Phase-1 380 schools
  • 2008-2013 ICT Phase-2 1571 schools
  • 2009-2014 ICT Phase-3 4396 schools
  • GOK/ICT-6/14
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ICT for teachers- 1

  • Azim Premji Foundation
  • Developed CDs
  • Supported monitoring computer education in schools
  • Mobilized community support
  • Enabled use by community after school hours
  • ECIL, NIIT, Aptech, Educomp
  • Teacher training during summer holidays
  • 20,000 teachers trained annually
  • GOK/ICT-8/14
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ICT for teachers-2

  • Microsoft
  • Objectives
  • Accelerate IT literacy among government school teachers and students
  • Promote ICT integration in schools
  • Outcome
  • 3 Computer Academies set up in Bangalore, Dharwad and Gulbarga
  • Progress
  • 1864 Master Trainers Trained
  • 16799 Teachers trained by Master Trainers
  • 32 Teacher Educators trained as Master Trainers
  • 256 Teacher educators trained by Master Trainers
  • GOK/ICT-9/14
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ICT for teachers-3

  • Intel
  • Trained and created a resource pool of teachers
  • Teach to the Future program
  • 1500 teachers trained as master trainers
  • World Links
  • Teacher training programmes
  • Internet based training
  • American Indian Foundation
  • Training of teachers and students
  • 225 schools covered
  • GOK/ICT-11/14
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Impact of ICT Programmes

  • 1. Impact study - Centre for Multi Disciplinary Research (CMDR), Dharwad
  • Study showed
  • Improvement of enrolment and attendance
  • Increase of computer literacy among students and teachers
  • Larger number of computer-trained teachers
  • Enhanced computer-aided learning by students
  • Significant increase in pass percentage in Tenth Standard Public Exam
  • 2. Impact study - IMRB, Bangalore
  • Study showed
  • 83% of teachers said that they are using ICT regularly
  • 86% of Principals said ICT had a positive impact on teachers and students
  • GOK/ICT-13/14
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THANK YOU

for

your kind attention

GOK/ICT-14/14