By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, July 30: Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today made smart classroom a reality. He said that 31 teachers were appointed for the Smart Classroom initiative under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhijan of the State.
At Pandu Adarsha Vidyalaya in the city today, the minister iugurated smart classroom that is set be to implemented in as many as 100 high and higher secondary schools in the State. “Students poor in performance will be benefitted by such classrooms. This will make our education system on a par with the intertiol standard,” Sarma said.
Sarma disclosed that seven schools in Guwahati would be equipped with Smart Classrooms for the students of 5th to 10th standards. A total of Rs 4 crore would be spent for the purpose, the minister added. Meanwhile, Sarfaraz Hussain, student of the Shankardev Shishu Niketan in Betkuchi, who had topped the 2016 HSLC examition, was handed over a sum of Rs 5 lakh by the Education Minister as promised earlier. The minister also handed over an appointment letter on compassionery ground to the mother of Rupsikha Kalita, who topped the 2016 AHSEC fil examition in the Arts stream, at gaon Urban Vidyalaya as an assistant as assured by the Chief Minister. Education Principal Secretary Pawan Kumar Barthakur, RMSA Mission Director Ramesh Chand Jain and Director of Secondary Education Babulal Sarma were also present at the function.