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March 20, 2020 Friday 02:11:22 PM IST

Online training for 81000 teachers in Kerala

Teacher Insights

In the light of COVID-19 outbreak, Kerala has decided to conduct online training for teachers. It is to avoid the usual method of training in which a group of teachers gathers at a training facility. Therefore, the training for the next academic year will be given using the website developed by the public health department under the supervision of KITE. 81000 teachers from 11274 schools will undergo this training. More than 60000 teachers have already registered on the website. This endeavour makes use of 57843 laptops and 25011 projectors which are given to schools as a part of the high-tech classroom programme helmed by the public health department.

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