Teacher Student Portal

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Background

Since the formation of the State, the Government has veen consciously focucing on evolving a strategy for improvements in primary and secondary education system. One of the specific initiatives launched by GoU is the Aarohi programe. This program seeks to provide computer education for all levels of the schools and presently covers 1600+ schools. As a result of aarohi(computer aided education programme), there has been a sharp increase in government school results. The pass percentage has risen from 45% to 64% for the intermediate and from 35% to 50% at the high school level. The success of the Aarohi program provides the needed impetus to take up other initiatives to take this programe to the next levels.

The GoU now proposes to setup Teacher Student Portal to harness the benefits of various islands of excellence created by the computereization project. to share the expertise, knowledge, experiences and collaborate and facilitate interaction between the four stakeholders viz Teacher, Students, Parents and Education Department. This project of TS portals is conceived. This portal is also supposed to act as one of the delivery channel for the educational content being developed under a different project. it is envisaged that this portal would be an important step in the right direction for evolving an efficient and effective education system.

 

A precise Statement of Objectives

The broad objectives of establishing the Teacher Student Portal is to provide a platform for interaction between the Stakeholders Teacher Students, Teacher-Teacher, Student-Student, School-Education Department and School-parents.

 

Specially, the objectives of the Teacher Student portal are to

  • Provide a scalable framework for curriculum management for the teachers
  • Provide a flexible “self paced learning” tool to use the content repository for the student for learning, where as the content is being developed under a different project.
  • Provide a platform for professional development needs of the teaching community by making available best teaching practice, resources from the internet and collaboration amongst the teacher-students-parents community
  • Provide a comprehensive management information system to all the stakeholders

Streamline interaction of the school with the District, state and National Education Agencies