HCL Infosystems Ltd, India’s premier information enabling, ICT System Integration company announced the launch of ‘HCL DigiSchool‘, its state-of-the-art solutions designed for Indian schools that offer modern multimedia classroom with world class content. HCL announced this new initiative at ‘eIndia’, a three day international conference on ICT applications being held at Hyderabad.
The event brings together Industry, media and education analysts from across the globe. HCL Digischool solutions are designed & customized as per Indian school curriculum including all K12 boards. Over the years, classroom has evolved for both teachers and students.
HCL’s latest learning solution HCL DigiSchool will offer students an opportunity to not just learn according to the curriculum but also give a chance to improve their IT competency. The key features that this solution offers are digital multimedia asset library covering all major aspects in K-12 category.
Build on the latest eLearning standards, the state of the art module effectively integrates Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) which is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based e-learning. SCROM compliant Learning Management Systems (LMS) helps in effective lesson planning and content management and seamless integration of various features like interactive white board, student response system and online examination module.
Apart from these, features such as HCL language lab not only help students to learn English language but also helps in improving pronunciation, communication skills, fluency and accent. HCL’s DigiSchool also offers the school management software that fits the unique needs of the department in the school thus improving the overall functioning and efficiency of the system.
The best fit of the school management software are student management information systems, parent management information system, teacher management information system, administration management information system and school bus tracking solutions that help schools to keep a track on their large fleet of buses thus improving the safety of the students.