Vijay Rupani inaugurated a command-and-control centre in Gandhinagar
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Thursday inaugurated a command-and-control centre in Gandhinagar to watch the actions of over 54,000 government-run colleges within the state. In his deal with after inaugurating the state-of-the-art “Command and Control Centre 2.0”, Mr Rupani stated Gujarat has change into the primary state within the nation to give you a real-time monitoring system for colleges.
By way of this management room, senior officers can monitor the implementation of varied schemes and initiatives, comparable to residence studying and periodic evaluation, which have been launched by the state authorities to enhance the standard of schooling, an official launch said.
“Gujarat has over 54,000 schools, 1.25 students and 4 lakh teachers. This command centre will help us monitor the activities and performance of schools located in remote areas. The centre will be useful for communicating with teachers as well,” the chief minister stated.
As per the federal government launch, other than displaying real-time attendance of academics and college students of any college, the command centre can also be geared up to supply varied district-wise and course-wise information.
Utilizing the “video wall” function on the centre, Mr Rupani held a short dialogue with just a few subject workers of the schooling division and acquired their suggestions in regards to the challenge, and in addition spoke to a major college trainer from Anand district.
The command centre will show to be an necessary device in monitoring the attendance of scholars, preparedness of academics and for evaluation of efficiency and progress of scholars, Rupani stated, including that the info acquired by the management room can be analysed by machine studying softwares and different information evaluation instruments.
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