Special schools in Kerala will soon have smart classrooms with advanced study equipment and facilities, General Education Minister V Sivankutty said.
Smart room facilities would be made available to to the students of special schools also, he said on Friday after inaugurating the department’s ‘Jyothirmayi’ project, an initiative via YouTube to support the educational needs of the special students including those who are hearing impaired and visually and intellectually challenged.
As part of the programme, the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) would publish videos, based on various subjects, exclusively for the special kids.
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“Differently-abled children will be given top priority in the online classes. Smart classrooms will be made available to them also,” Sivankutty said.
Stating that ‘Jyothirmaryi’ is designed in such a way that students, teachers and parents can make use of it