Teachers Training -Unit(PMU-1)


Teacher Trainng - The project ‘IT@Schools in Karnataka’ is one of the most significant part of ‘Technology Assisted Learning Programme’ (TALP), a cap name for all the technology assisted training programmes being carried out by the DSERT. TALP is being implemented from 2016-17 and intents to cover all Primary, Secondary & Pre-University Colleges in next 5 years. IT@Schools project intends to enable every primary, secondary and higher secondary schools’ teacher in ICT skills to not only use in their activities of facilitating the learning, but also to rejuvenate their professional attitudes and to create their own e-resources for their teaching-learning activities.

In the year 2016-17, DSERT in association with Ajim Premji Foundation (APF) has created task guides and 143 videos in Kannada utilizing some resource teachers based on the ‘ICT teacher curriculum’ prepared by CIET. These resources were utilized for Induction-1 training during 2016-17.

From 2017-18, the State is carrying out these training with the guidance and encouragement of CIET-NCERT, New Delhi. State has adopted the ICT Curriculum for Teachers prepared by CIET and using their ICT web portal called

This training programme contains 3 stages as follows:

Stage 1: Induction-1 a 10 days face to face training where they get used to basic skills of computer hardware, software, internet and office suits.

Stage 2: Refresher Course-1 a 10 days face to face training where they learn about various tools and apps for creating e-resources.

Stage 3: Refresher Course-2 a very short duration online training where they learn about cyber security and internet safety measures.

Each stage has Certification and after completing all these 3 stages and an eligibility test by CIET, teachers will be awarded a Diploma degree by CIET-NCERT, New Delhi called ‘Diploma in ICT in Education – Basic’.

Objectives of IT@Schools in Karnataka:

  • Ensure Digital Literacy for all students of class 8 to 12 in government schools and Pre-University Colleges students as per NCERT Curriculum for ICT in Education.
  • Complement normal classroom teaching with ICT enabled teaching and learning in all subjects;
    • Use technology and e-content for improving teaching pedagogy in classes 1 to 7;
    • Use technology and e-content for improving teaching pedagogy as well as for enhancing leaning outcomes through hands on practice of e- content by students in classes 8 and above
  • Build teachers capacity for their role of drivers of the project at school and college level as per NCERT Curriculum for Teachers.
  • Enhance Learning Achievements by way of improving mean score of High School students by 5% in SSLC examination.

Methodology followed for training:

The training is in cascade mode. 11 members involved in the development of the content trained 136 MRPs (Master Resource Persons) throughout the State. These 136 MRPs gave training to teachers of selected schools’ teachers during 2016-17. The teachers were registered using Google Forms and then registered to ICT web portal by CSVs. After each day training ‘Day-wise Feedback’ were collected and at end of the training ‘Overall Feedback’ were collected by all trained teachers by using Google Forms. These were analyzed to prepare the reports. The videos created by APF in Kannada & English were also utilized.

Grading of e-portfolio submissions:

Induction-1 has 39 e-portfolio submissions which every trained teacher needs to complete and submit in the ICT portal. During 2019-20 these e-portfolio submissions of 7,676 trained MRPs and teachers were evaluated by 136 selected Mentors across the State. They Used secured Google sheets to record the scores of the teachers. After completing the grading work, these teachers were issued a joint certificate of GoK and CIET-NCERT, New Dehli for completing Induction-1 course. Similarly Refresher Course-1 has 32 e-portfolio submissions. The grading work of 4261 Induction-1 trained teachers’ and 5912 RC-1 trained teachers’ e-portfolio submissions is in progress. After successful completion of valuation these 10,173 teachers will get respective course completion certificates jointly by GoK and CIET-NCERT.


Sl. No.
Google Form
QR code
1Training Registration Form
2Daily Feedback Form
3Overall Feedback Form
4Training Monitoring Form
5TALP School Visit Form
6Grading Sheet for Mentors
7State Consolidation Form
8Induction -1 TALP Kannada Videos
9Induction -1 TALP English Videos
10Subject Specific Refresher course videos

Training Outcomes

  1. Due to the training on digital methods and applications in TALP training, teachers are using ICTs to access web resources as well as create resources using different tools and share these with their colleagues in the mailing lists.
  2. Teachers have become familiar with using ICTs to networks with one another.
  3. Many teachers have purchased personal laptops since they now see the value of owning a computer and having Internet connectivity. This is also seen increasingly in the TALP Training where teachers bring their laptops.
  4. Many teachers have adopted the Free and Open Source (FOSS) systems and applications, which are taught in the TALP program, this process will align the ICT approaches in Karnataka with the National ICT policy in Education, which recommends the use of FOSS tools and also reduce the piracy of software quite a bit over time.

Progress so far:

During 2016-17, 2017-18, total 8026 teachers & HMs were given Induction-1 training. Among them 6,424 were teachers and 1,602 were HMs. So far 7,676 teachers have submitted their e-portfolios, got and evaluated in 2018-19 to get Induction-1 joint certificate by GoK & CIET-NCERT to their TDS (Teachers Data Software) database. During the same years 413 DIET Lectures were given Induction-1 Training.

Among 1,195 GHSs covered during 2018-19, 427 were Tele-Education Govt. High Schools (1,529 teachers), 734 were GHSs were selected, 21 were KPSs and 18 were volunteer schools (2,732 teachers) teachers given Induction-1 training. Apart from this, 5,912 teachers out of 6,424 Induction-1 trained teachers were given Refresher Course-1. During 2018-19, 143 DIET Lectures were given Induction-1 Training.

For the year 2019-20, all remaining 1757 GHSs are being given the training. Target for Induction-1 is, 16,190 and Refresher Course-1 is, 4,680 totaling to 20,870. In the same year 4,000 Primary School Teachers to be given Induction-1 training from 2,000 Primary Schools. And e-portfolios of previous years trained teachers are to be evaluated to issue certificates.

TALP IT@Schools in Karnataka Training Progress – 2016-17 to 2019-20

YearParticipantsNo. Schools
Training Name
Induction-1Refresher Course-1
2016-17 MRPs - 136 -
Teachers & HMs 999 2910 -
DIET Lecturers - 413 -
2016-17 Total99934590
2017-18 PU MRPs - 97 -
Teachers & HMs 750 5116 -
2017-18 Total75052130
2018-19 MRPs - - 136
Teachers 1195 4261 -
Induction-1 Trained Teachers - - 5912
DIET Lecturers - 143
2018-19 Total 1195 44046048
2019-20 as on 15/8/2019 Teachers 1757 5410
Induction-1 Trained Teachers 222
2019-20 Total17575410222
Grand Total4,70118,4866,270

Participants wise Progress

YearParticipantsTraining Name
Induction-1Refresher Course-1
2016-17 to 2018-19 Teachers108216048
HMs 1602 -
DIET Lecturers 556 -
PU Lecturers as MRPs 97 -
2019-20 as on 15/8/2019 Teachers 5410 222

List of Teachers trained in TALP - IT@Schools Induction-1 & Refresher Course-1

SlnoDistrict Name2016-172017-182018-19 2018-19 TE+KPSTotal2018-19 RC-1
01Bengaluru Rural126 23 70 28 247 111
02Bengaluru Urban112 103 58 - 273 160
03Bengaluru North141 43 - - 184 127
04Chikkaballapura139 187 - 43 369 257
05Chitradurga97 68 116 73 354 124
06Davanagere121 110 78 143 452 182
07Kolar119 78 98 72 367 119
08Madhugiri117 45 47 24 233 121
09Ramanagara106 100 74 68 348 153
10Shivamogga246 97 104 102 549 270
11Tumakuru193 82 95 28 398 216
Total1517 936 740 581 3774 1840

SlnoDistrict Name2016-172017-182018-19 2018-19 TE+KPSTotal2018-19 RC-1
01Bagalakote156 126 141 94 517 208
02Belgavi116 92 103 76 387 154
03Chikkodi169 140 120 - 429 231
04Dharwada218 112 23 - 353 252
05Gadag128 123 48 - 299 154
06Haveri135 111 88 63 397 194
07Sirsi46 19 95 47 207 45
08Uttara Kannada30 34 34 21 119 50
09Vijayapura204 46 110 30 390 193
Total1202 803 762 331 3098 1481

SlnoDistrict Name2016-172017-182018-19 2018-19 TE+KPSTotal2018-19 RC-1
01Ballari79 121 99 39 338 172
02Bidar80 100 116 108 404 144
03Kalaburgi55 181 144 135 515 162
04Koppal45 32 50 87 214 64
05Raichur131 92 43 56 322 165
06Yadagiri46 33 97 55 231 50
Total436 559 549 480 2024 757

SlnoDistrict Name2016-172017-182018-19 2018-19 TE+KPSTotal2018-19 RC-1
01Chamarajanagara45 173 65 52 335 172
02Chikkamagaluru260 32 66 - 358 222
03Dakshina Kannada138 147 124 - 409 223
04Hassan231 174 137 - 542 311
05Kodagu118 54 - - 172 137
06Mandya205 82 98 - 385 228
07Mysuru202 139 137 121 599 250
08Udupi232 195 59 - 486 357
Total1431 996 686 173 3286 1900


Procurement of 7180 All-In-One Computers, 718 Laptops, 718 LCD projectors and 718 UPS under HKRDB funds (As on 23-08-2019)

The progress of Tender

  1. 4 separate Tenders for the procurement of 7180 All-In-One Computers, 718 Laptops, 718 LCD projectors and 718 UPS were invited on 01-07-2019.
  2. The last for submission of bids is 03-09-2019.
  3. Advertisements related to inviting Tenders have been published in various Kannada and English News papers on 02-07-2019.
  4. Steps have been taken to publish information on the invitation of Tenders in State and District Tender Bulletins.
  5. Pre-bid meetings for 4 Tenders was held on 07-08-2019 at 03.00 PM.

Progress on the site preparation for the installation of Computers.

  1. Detailed circular on the preparation of the sites has been issued.
  2. Tele conference with 718 Head Masters, Concerned DIET principals, BEOs and BRC was organised to provide information on site preparation.
  3. Meeting to review the progress of site preparation with the concerned School Head Masters was held on 19th and 20th of August -2019, for districts of Koppal and Bellary respectively.
  4. Rs 7.18 Crore was released from State Project Director Samagra Shiksha Karnataka related to site preparation. The same has been released on 18-07-2019 to the Bank accounts of concerned school Head Masters through NEFT at the rate of Rs 1 Lakh per school.
  5. Directions have been issued to DIETs to update the progress of Site preparation along with photos on google sheet.

State Institute of Science

The main objective of this institute is to enhance the quality of teaching levels of Primary and Secondary school teachers in teaching Science and Mathematics and to develop scientific attitude, interest and skills and to enable them to adopt scientific attitude in their daily life. To conduct various activities 224 science centers are established in each of the Legislative Assembly constituencies and one science park has been established in the premises of CTE, Mysore. DSERT used to conduct the following activities in the past, but few among them are now being implemented under the Directorate of Secondary Education, Office of Commissioner of Public Instruction.

  1. Science Seminar for High School students.
  2. Science Seminar for Primary and Secondary School teachers
  3. Science Quiz for High School Students
  4. Science Exhibition for Secondary School Teachers
  5. Science Drama Competition for Secondary School Students

INSPIRE Awards-MANAK Programme

The Department of Science & Technology (DST) is implementing a national program Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) for attracting talented young students to study Science and pursue career in Research. This Program is being implemented since 2009-10.

INSPIRE aims to identify, sustain and strengthen human capacity for Research and Development base of the country. Inspired research achieved by means of an innovative scientific pursuit is the objective of this flagship scheme of the DST.

INSPIRE Award MANAK (Million Minds Augmenting National Aspiration and Knowledge) scheme, previously known as INSPIRE Award Scheme, is being implemented through State and UT governments with objectives

  • to attract young students to study science and pursue research career
  • to promote creative thinking and foster a culture of innovation among them.

Under INSPIRE Award MANAK scheme, in a financial year, ten (10.0) lakh ideas are being targeted from more than five (05) lakh middle and high schools across the country, out of which one (1.0) lakh ideas are to be shortlisted for an initial award of Rs. 10000/- each, for preparation of project/model/showcasing of idea and participation in the District Level Exhibition & Project Competition (DLEPC). All middle and high schools of the country whether Government, private, semi-private, aided, un-aided can submit 2-3 proposals from their schools, during a financial year, along with all the details including a brief write-up of the idea of the students through online. The students who are eligible to participate under this scheme should be in the age group of 10-15 years studying in class VI to X. Out of all the submitted proposals, the novel ideas are short listed and the award money of Rs.10,000 (earlier this was Rs.5,000/-) under this scheme is being transferred directly into the bank accounts of the students through Direct Benefit Transfer.

The shortlisted students exhibit their models in DLEPCs and the selected students in DLEPCs participate at State Level Exhibitions and winners of State Level Exhibitions further participate in the National Level Exhibition organized every year. The participants of the National Level Exhibition are also provided mentorship for prototype development in association with reputed science and technological institutions of the country. The short listing of students for INSPIRE award MANAK and mentoring is being provided by National Innovation Foundation (NIF), Ahemdabad, a autonomous organization of DST, based on the idea submitted by the student. Being the progress State in the country, Karnataka State has shown a very good progress in INSPIRE awards programme.

Achievement of Karnataka in INSPIRE Programme:

  1. Out of 14,89,490 awards for the whole country, the State has bagged 1,55,226 awards (10.42%) since inception of the programme. This is second to the country. Out of 1,55,22 awards, the share of girls is 79,742 and the share of boys is 75,484 which shows girls’ achievement is better than boys.
  2. A total of 457 students from the State have participated in the National Level Exhibition and Project Competition since inception till 2015-16. Out of them two students got Gold, one student got Silver awards. Three students got 2nd prize for the southern region and 9 students got State awards.
  3. During 2018-19, A total of 41,242 proposals were submitted from the State which is highest in the country. Out of these, 7179 awards were sanctioned awards for the State Out of 7179 students 90 students were selected for National Level. Including previous years, a total of 108 students were participated in the National Level. This shows the State is advanced in creating the young scientists. Out of 108 students, 5 students were conferred with National awards in the NLEPC held on Feb’14-15, 2019. The details of students who got national award is given below:
    1. Anushree.N., 7th Std, Govt Higher Primary School, Doodabompalli, Konagarahalli post, Bangarapete taluk, Kolar district: Eco friendly multipurpose agricultural tools
    2. Prasanna Umesha Shirahatti, 9th Std, KLS English medium school, Belagavi: Automatic dim and dip of headlight of vehicles.
    3. Krish Pandey, 8th Std, Little Rock Indian School, Udupi: Document Classifier
    4. Madhu Manjunatha Naik, 9th Std, Govt Higher Primary School, Tenginagundi, Heble post, Bhatkal taluk, Uttara Kannada district: Oil Cleaner with Fuel less Boat
    5. Syeda Ikra Urroj, 8th Std, St.Joseph Girls School, Mandya: Umbrella on road or the miracle umbrella

Activities conducted in 2019-20:

  • Nominations for INSPIRE awards is open for the year 2019-20. State has conducted a teleconference for all the DIET principals and field functionaries including one teacher from each Govt High School on 6th June 2019 to orient them on enrolment of schools in the E-MIAS portal, generation of ideas for the competition, nomination thro’ online, etc.
  • All the schools were instructed to organise ‘INSPIRE Idea generation week’ at school level from 10th June 2019 to 15th June 2019. The main objective of this programme was to facilitate the generation of ideas from students. This has helped to motivate students to think out of the box and for the generation of bank of ideas for INSPIRE awards programme. Out of the bank of ideas, novel ideas were short listed and nominated for INSPIRE awards.
  • As on 22nd August 2019, about a total of 36,000 ideas have been submitted across the State. Thus, the State stood first to the whole country. Out of 25 top districts ranked by National Innovation Foundation in terms of total number of nominations submitted 9 districts are from the State. This shows that the State has shown a very good progress in INSPIRE awards programme.

SAKURA Science Exchange Programme:

Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India select students who have won national level INSPIRE awards and who are above 15 years old to SAKURA Science exchange programme to visit Japan country. This visit provides a great exposure to students in the Science education. The programme is being in place since 2014-15. During 2018-19, the following five students visited Japan from 26th May to 1st June 2019.

  1. Sakri Sakshi.S., Govt Girls Pre University College, Shikaripura, Shimoga district.
  2. Patagar Gagan Deep Lambodar, G.I.B.B. English Medium High School, Kumta, Uttara Kannada district.
  3. Kumar Prashanth Jitendra, Atomic Energy Central School, Kaiga township, Karwar, Uttara Kannada district.
  4. Anurag Kumar Singh, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sambra, Belagavi
  5. Koushik, Govt Pre University College, High School section, Maninalkuru, Bantwala Taluk, Dakshina Kannada district.

Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL):

Under NITI Ayog, Atal Innovation Mission, a flagship programme of Govt of India has established 5441 Atal Tinkering Labs since 2016-17 in the selected schools of the country. The schools which are having requisite qualification criteria have to submit their applications for sanction of ATL through online to The schools which are selected for the establishment of ATL labs are provided with Rs.10 lakh grant in the first year for the procurement of lab materials and the remaining budget of Rs.10 Lakh will be released in 5 years @ Rs.2 lakh per year for the maintenance of the laboratory, for organizing science lectures and other science programmes. A total of 309 schools are equipped with ATL reaching and benefiting to out of lakh students. Out of 309 schools which are having ATL labs 139 schools are getting grants from Atal Innovation Mission. Out of the total 309 schools which are having ATL in the State 79 schools are from Govt.

Atal Tinkering Labs are state-of-the-art workspaces that spur innovation and gear young minds toward critical thinking and problem-solving with the eventual goal of creating 1 million ‘Neoteric Innovators’ by 2020.

The objective of this scheme is to foster curiosity, creativity and imagination in young minds and inculcate skills such as design mind-set, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing, rapid calculations, measurements etc. Young children will get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand what, how and why aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

ATL lab would teach students essential 21st-century skills which will help them in developing their professional and personal skills. Skilled India is the need of the hour and each step taken this dream should be welcomed and we should work towards it together for a better India. It would contain educational and learn “do it yourself” kits and equipment on – science, electronics, robotics, open source microcontroller boards, sensors and 3D printers etc.

As per the list released by Atal Innovation Mission on 7th March 2019 a total of 3487 schools are sanctioned with ATLs. Out of these 3487 schools the State got 394 schools with 209 Govt High Schools.

Objectives of the programme

Under IT@Schools in Karnataka Project, E-content unit is working on developing e-content with the following objectives:

  • To identify already available e content/e resources across various states ,NCERT and other Agencies
  • To map the identified e-content to the syllabus of the State
  • To develop additional content with the support of technical persons
  • To curate the already available e content/e resources as per the State need
  • Create a variety of digital products using appropriate tools and applications
  • To upload the e-content on DIKSHA Portal and make available the e-content for teachers and Students use
Programme components
  • E-resources development – Mapping, Curation and Creation – for concepts of Math, Science, English(2nd Language), Social Science, Kannada(1st Language) and Hindi(3rd Stage) subjects of the State Board from class 8 to 10
  • Uploading available e-resources, creating new resources and accessing DIKSHA Portal
  • Linking identified e-resources to the QR Codes in Energized Textbooks
  • ICT Student Content- Localizing the content developed by NCERT-CIET

List of Khan academy resources class-wise

ClassNo of resources Localiased

Localization of Khan Academy Math and Science Resources

Objectives of the Programme:
  • Recreation of Khan Academy Math and Science resources in Kannada
  • Bringing together Khan Academy’s content creation expertise and the state personnel’s teaching-proficiency in Kannada
  • Making the content and tools available for teachers and students to use in and out of school
  • Enabling the teachers to use the content, personalised dashboard, analytics, and coach tools in Kannada to provide personalised learning to their students as per their individual needs

DIKSHA - an overview

DIKSHA - Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing, is a national teacher platform, initiated by Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India. It currently offers online, offline, and app-based content development and dissemination solutions. The content on the DIKSHA platform is licensed under CC-by-SA, which allows the users to download and customize them as per their needs.

The digital learning resources developed, curated, localized and translated by teachers and content partners of the department and are made available to teachers on the laptops provided. These resources are mapped to class, subject and mediums, and shared on the DIKSHA platform by the education department. The resources can be accessed by teachers, students, and general public without any need for credentials. These resources include experimental videos, demonstrations, learning videos, assessments, question banks, etc. The digital learning resources hosted on DIKSHA are available at

Energized Textbooks

Energised Text Books(ETB) were Launched by Hon. Chief Minister of Karnataka on 16-11-2018. In the academic year 2019-20, the department has introduced Energized Textbooks for Mathematics, Science, and 2nd Language English subjects in English and Kannada Mediums. These textbooks have Title-level and Chapter-level QR codes linked with the digital learning resources shared on DIKSHA.

No. of titles33
Classes6 to 10
Total No. of QR Codes361

Any user (teachers, students, parents or general public) can scan the QR code using the DIKSHA app available on Google Play Store to view the digital learning resources. The resources can also be downloaded on the mobile for offline use. If the user has access to laptop or a computer, they can enter the 6-digiit QR Code manually and view the content in their systems. Thus the learning opportunities for students is increased, improving their learning levels.

Class-wise, Subject-wise content in DIKSHA portal

ClassKannadaEnglishHindiMathematicsScienceSocial ScienceTotal
Class 4930203136
Class 5171070817167
Class 6420113267943654
Class 72217121110152584
Class 842761334640679
Class 9128012661360684
Class 1030277173111270762
ETB Usage

In the first two months of the new academic year, it has noted that QR Codes have been scanned more than 18 lakh times, content downloads have crossed 5 lakhs on the mobile app, and users have viewed more than 81000 hours of content on both app and portal.

Total QR scans 23,80,555
Total Devices that played content on App 6,91,752
Total Content Downloads 7,27,043
Total Content Plays on App 28,66,157
Total Content Plays on Portal 2,95,722
Total Content Plays 31,61,879
Content Play Time on App (in hours) 1,12,928.41
Content Play Time on Portal (in hours) 8,409.36
Total Content Play Time (in hours) 1,21,390.72










ICT Student Content-Year 1

Guided by the National Policy on ICT in School Education , the curriculum for students is designed to promote creativity, problem solving, and introduce students to the world of information and communication technologies with the specific purpose of widening their horizons and better informing them of choices in their career pursuits. In particular, the curriculum focuses on training the student to working with a variety of resources; learning to critically appraise information and resources; and making safe, productive, ethical and legal use of these resources a habit.

Students are also introduced to ICT outside the classroom context. Their curiosity and desire to learn will prompt them to more intensely participate in ICT activities. While introduction to social networks and blogging would become inevitable, making them aware of cyber bullying or other means of violating their rights should become an essential part of the training. While experimenting with hard and software the range of learning is very high. Channelising these tendencies and co-opting them into the teaching-learning process can help teachers create able support to the ICT system in the school.

ICT student course Year 1 as prescribed by NCERT-CIET is being implemented in the AY 2019-20.

SAMVEDA Programme - Digital Initiatives

Summary ::

In Karnataka as the schools for the academic year 2020-21 and 2021-22 could not be started well in time due to Covid-19, pandemic, alternate learning opportunities thought of. As the availability of electronic devices like laptops or smart phones with internet facility was limited and that majority students had access to televisions, it was decided to make use of television (Doordarshan Chandana channel) for telecast of video lessons of SAMVEDA Program With an MOU Doordarshan Chandana channel as a relief measure. For the benefit of students in classes 1 to 10. So far 4754 video lessons were developed in Kannada, English, Urdu and Marathi languages and 1624 lessons were broadcasted.

  1. Introduction:

    Due to Covid-19, pandemic, alternate learning opportunities thought of. As the availability of electronic devices like laptops or smart phones with internet facility was limited and that majority students had access to televisions, it was decided to make use of television (Doordarshan Chandana channel) for telecast of video lessons of SAMVEDA Program With an MOU Doordarshan Chandana channel as a relief measure.

  2. 2. Project details :

    For the benefit of students in classes 1 to 10. So far 4754 video lessons were developed in Kannada, English, Urdu and Marathi languages and 1624 lessons were broadcasted. These video lessons were developed through selected expert resource persons with the best content as per the syllabus, recorded and editing was done with the Studios available at DSERT Bangalore. This initiative has increased the capacity of DSERT to record the programs. Preparation of Video lessons in studios was also done in Dharwad and Gulbarga. for Urdu medium, Marathi medium, Craft, Drama, Physical education, Dance, Vocational education etc.

    Objective and Target group

    Class 1 to 10 students, teachers and stake holders of education department.

    Implementing Department & partners

    Samagra Shikshana Karnataka and DSERT has implemented the Project. Class 1 to 10 students, teachers and stake holders of education department

    Duration of the project/initiative 1. 2020-21 Academic Year
    Sl.NoProgramme details
    Broadcasted schedule
    1Bridge coarse20.07.202014.08.20204 Hrs – 8 Lessons
    2Classroom teaching (Kannada Medium)17.08.202001.01.20214 Hrs – 8 Lessons
    3Re-telecast of core subjects (Kannada Medium)04.01.202126.02.20212 Hrs - 4 Lessons
    4Telecast of core subjects (English Medium)18.02.202126.02.2021 1 Hr - 2 Lessons
    2. 2021-22 Academic year
    SlnoProgramme detailsBroadcasted schedule
    1Telecast of Kannada, English and Urdu Medium lessons 05.07.202102.10.20216 ½ Hrs -13 Lessons
    2Telecast of Kannada Medium lessons from class 5 to 913.01.202204.02.202222 ½ Hrs -15 Lessons
    35th standard13.01.202204.02.20222 ½ Hrs - 5 lessons
  3. 3. Outcomes, Benefits and Impact :

    Programme has benefitted students of class 1 to 10, teachers and stakeholders of education department. Alternate learning opportunities was provided for the students for whom availability of electronic devices like laptops or smart phones with internet facility was limited and that majority students had access to televisions, it was decided to make use of television (Doordarshan Chandana channel) for telecast of video lessons of SAMVEDA Program With an MOU Doordarshan Chandana channel as a relief measure.

    The Programme helped in bridging the learning gaps created due to frequent interruptions in physical classroom teaching. A Google form survey was conducted to know the impact with sampling of 65341 students, 11386 teachers and 8081 parents.

    Students as per SATS
    Chandana Viewers You tube ViewersTotal
  4. Factors contributed for the success :

    All video lessons prepared are also made available on DIKSHA portal of MHRD.\and are linked to the QR Codes. These Video lessons are also made available on Youtube channels – Jnanadeepa and Makkalavani. E-content is being identified and developed and mapped to all the topics so that the teachers get an access to readily available content for better use while they teach. Further, teachers are trained to develop their own content and contribute to the state repository of e-content. Diksha is used to host the resources. So far, more than 22473 e-content are made available on DIKSHA.

  5. Challenges faced in the project :

    Challenge was to reach students without Doordarshan / internet facility and houses with power disruption.

  6. Budget Details
    SlnoSubjectTotal Rupees (in lakhs)
    1Lessons for SSLC students –Parishavani and Makkalavani Programmes..49.81
    2Broadcasting lessons on Doordarshan Chandana Vahini – 2020-21 8th to 10th 160.49
    3Broadcasting lessons English Medium.151.52
    4Video lessons Preparation 160.23
    5Broadcasting lessons on Doordarshan Chandana Vahini – 2021-22 1st to 10th321.95
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