3639The total number of online voting received for eRajasthan Award Nominations
The eRajasthan Awards was an integral part of the eRajasthan Summit instituted with the primary aim of felicitating and acknowledging regional initiatives in the use of ICT for Development. The eRajasthan awards have been instrumental in promoting the most innovative initiatives in the domain of ICTs for Development and to spread awareness about the role of ICTs in addressing social concerns.Details of the Award winners have been elaborated as below.
Digital Learning ICT
Enabled School of the Year
Project: Computer Aided Teaching Implementer: Mahaveer Public School, Jaipur, Rajasthan
The School's Computer Aided Teaching Software is installed in 40 classrooms right from class I till XII. The programme focuses on providing subject specific capsules of 4-5 minutes duration on various topics, which can very well be accommodated in a 40 minutes teaching period. The programme includes a 29″ colour TV and a computer in every classrooms. The textbook study is well integrated with audio-visual aids.
Digital Learning ICT Enabled School of the Year
Total Votes – 325
Seedling Public School – 115 votes
Project: Technologically Savvy Model of Education
Implementer: Seedling Public School, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Seedling Public School has adopted a Technologically Savvy Model Of Education to include the BhartiyaVidya Solution as a Teaching Aid which uses audio visual aids to support teaching in class. This software is implemented through two JIL Labs. This software helps the teachers to present the complicated and theoretical solutions of a subject in a much simpler and easy manner by presenting them in audio/visual format.
Digital learning ICT Enabled University of the Year
Jury Award and Public Choice Award
Project: Edu Nxt
Implementer: Sikkim Manipal University- Directorate of Distance Education
The primary objective behind EduNxt, in Rajasthan, was to provide Sikkim Manipal University DE students with a plethora of resources not possible in the existing physical mode so they learn through collaboration. This is particularly useful in Rajasthan that it has only 20 universities and is not able to cater to all prospective students. In such a scenario technology is the right solution to deliver quality education.
Digital learningCivil Society Initiative of the Year
Jury Choice Award
Project: Technology Tools for Teaching and Training Project
Implementer: Education Development Center (EDC)
As part of its Technology Tools for Teaching and Training (T4) project, EDC implements interventions aimed at improving teaching and learning in government schools in eight states in India. In Rajasthan, the T4 project launched its partnership with the Rajasthan Council of Elementary Education (RCEE) with the first of three Hindi-based IRI series