Sunday, 31 July 2011

ICT @ School

The 'ICT in schools' scheme is a window of opportunity to the learners in the Government aided Secondary and Sr. Secondary schools in the country to bridge the digital divide. The scheme is a comprehensive and well thought-out initiative to open new vistas of learning and to provide a level-playing field to school students, whether in rural areas or in the metropolitan cities.


ICT@School Project is the establishment of computer lab in all 1000 schools. Each of the lab contain one server, 10 PC nodes, networked with Printer and Scanner, computer furniture etc. As part of improving the basic infrastructure the project also contain physical infrastructure improvement by doing false ceiling, Vinyl flooring painting etc. and power backup facility like UPS and Gensets in each school.



The Objectives of this project is to enable student to have national and international level of education in computer a dedicated IT Trainer is provided in each schools. In order to mitigate various risk of failure on operational and financial front, the project will be rolled out under PPP modal, specially using BOOT modal on quarterly lease basis for 3 years.


The Project has been approved for 1000 schools spread across the State of Bihar. The project has been successfully implemented in 400 schools.

Bihar State specific Courseware has been designed and developed in Hindi as per the curriculum of schools. The courseware was verified and approved by Bihar Intermediate Examination Board for ICT@School Project. In all 400 completed schools Computer Faculty Induction program has been done and also Skill up-gradation Training has been conducted for 1st Year.

   
Project Documents  
ICT @ School MSA ICT @ School RFP


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