RILM's E-learning program, "E-Shiksha", aims at improving the teaching-learning experience through the use of curriculum based audio-visual modules in local languages in Govt. / Govt. aided schools.
"E-Shiksha" is the program is a single classroom installation in Government / aided schools which aims to improve the teaching-learning experience through an integrated solution consisting of a LCD projector / LED TV / Smart LED TV loaded with the educational audio-visual software mapped with State curriculum in local languages. Software content can be offline entrenched in a SD card / pen drive or online rooted to any educational application depending upon the requirement of the project.
Achievements: As of now, RILM have successfully installed e-learning system in 27,368 government and government-aided schools across the country through Rotary Clubs, CSR and PSU support.
Through NCERT partnership, RILM has successfully taken its digital content to 15 million households through DD Free Dish, 420 million users through Jio Mobile, 70.26 million households through TATA Sky and also initiated million learning sessions through DIKSHA portal.
- Audio-visual representation makes learning more interesting for students, thus ensuring greater attendance in school, lesser dropouts and increased attentiveness in class.
- Concepts are clarified with greater ease and clarity, thus having an impact on learning outcome of the students in terms of better comprehension, improved retention, sharpened capacities for logical and critical visual thinking, improved language abilities etc.
To make e-learning more constructive for out of school children, Prime Minister of India has launched a national programme named E-Vidya, His clarion call was to create a bank of school level audio visual content which could be telecast in government television channels. This will enable continuation of learning for the children who are temporarily out of school.
RILM too responded to this call and a big breakthrough was witnessed when Rotary India Literacy Mission entered into a MOU with NCERT, in the presence of HRD Minister and the Secretary for School Education & Literacy on 9th June, 2020.
RILM MOU with NCERT helped to create software digital content for all subjects from Grade 1 to 10 in a video format for TV telecasts which is fully mapped with national curriculum. This is available in both the vernacular mediums i.e. Hindi and English.
The content has been closely reviewed & vetted by NCERT.
At present the content have been running in e-Vidya classes through national and D2H television channels (Swayam Prabha, Sun Direct, dish tv, Videocon, airtel digital tv, DD free dish, Tata Sky). These video contents are available online in DIKSHA portal & Jio mobile TV App.
For more information about DIKSHA click here.
For more information about Swayam Prabha click here.
- Android SMART television
To supply these items a group of respected companies / agencies are selected as partners of RILM. A wide range of software and hardware related options are provided for the interested collaborators / partners, so that they can choose the appropriate of E-learning system according to their specific needs.
|SONY India Pvt. Ltd.
|LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd.
|Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd.
Forms and FormatsRequirement letter from District Authority
Requirement letter from School Principal
Pre Installation Baseline Data for E-learning
Follow Up Visit Form- Rotarian and IW
Feedback Forms for Students
Feedback Forms for Teachers
Feedback Forms for Parents
E-learning Impact Assessment tool kit
E-learning School Survey Form
Evaluation sheet for hardware
Evaluation sheet for software
Frequently Asked Questions
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