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Schemes Current Affairs November 3rd Week 2019
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Schemes Current Affairs November 3rd Week 2019

Uttarakhand government launched Virtual Classroom Project:

The Uttarakhand State government started the Virtual Classroom Project, an online method of teaching, on 16 November. It was launched by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. He also inaugurated the first studio in Dehradun. The project was launched under the Information and Communication Technology scheme of Samagra Sikshar Abhiyan in Uttarakhand. 

Virtual Classroom Project:

♦ The project is expected to around 1.90 lakh students from classes 6-12.

♦ The initial phase will cover 150 schools. It will then be expanded to 500 schools within a month.

♦ The project will help to interact with students from different schools from remote areas using the technology.

♦ Under the project, teachers sitting in specials studios in Dehradun will teach students to live.

♦ The virtual classrooms use the Satellite Interactive Technology (SIT) and Receive only Terminal (ROT) technologies for two-way seamless interactivity.

♦ Using these technologies will be used for teaching different subjects by experts and teachers from the four central studios constructed in Dehradun. 

Samagra Sikshar Abhiyan:

The scheme was proposed in the 2018-2019 Union budget, to treat school education holistically without segmentation from pre-nursery to Class 12. The scheme aims to improve the effectiveness of schools measured in terms of equal opportunities for schooling and equitable learning outcomes.

It contains three sub-schemes, namely:

♦ Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)

♦ Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)

♦ Teacher Education (TE)

Assam government released the 2019 new Land Policy: 

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal released the new Land Policy 2019. It was prepared by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department. Chief Minister also released the Hand Book of Circulars, Volume-V. It contains the Government Circulars, Office Memorandum, etc. from 1 May 2007 to 30 August 2019.

Assam Land Policy 2019:

♦ The Land Policy 2019 was approved by Cabinet on 21 October 2019.

♦ It was prepared by the department after 30 years. It was last prepared in the year 1989. 

♦ The state government has put a lot of effort into preparing the Land Policy to safeguard the interest of the indigenous people.

♦ The Land Policy would remove complications regarding land allotments and settlements. 

♦ The Revenue and Disaster Management Department has been recommended to make the Hand Book available to all levels of officials of the department.





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