NDMC to set up over 400 smart classrooms in its schools
New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has decided to go for an initiative by introducing e-learning in the 444 classrooms of its schools from Class VI to XII in the first phase. A proposal to this effect has been approved by the NDMC Council in the meeting taken by its Chairperson Naresh Kumar on Wednesday.
The NDMC officials said that this is a significant step taken by the Council towards transforming the traditional educational system into smart a one in NDMC schools in the digital era. The work pertaining to setting-up of 444 smart classrooms under the first phase in 30 NDMC schools will be awarded at the cost of Rs 10.92 crore. The project is to be commissioned within a period of 100 days including CCTV cameras in these classrooms.
“The service provider firm will have to undertake the work consisting of supply, installation, commissioning and functioning of hardware and uploading of educational digital contents for the e-learning Project. The e-learning infrastructure will be provided in Hindi and English medium sections from Class VI to XII and digital education contents will be available in both language mediums as well,” said the official.
The Chairperson said that the firm has to set-up the networking of classroom computers with the server, training to teachers and providing IT assistants.
The service provider will undertake the supply, installation and functioning of CCTV cameras and 32 inch LED TV on site along with a comprehensive warranty.