Union Education Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan reviewed the Digital Education initiatives of the Ministry of Education, including PM e-Vidya, National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR), Swayam, among others. Minister of State Smt Annpurna Devi, MoS Shri Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, and MoS Dr. Subhas Sarkar attended the meeting. Senior officials of the Ministry briefed the Ministers about these initiatives.
Reviewed digital initiatives of the Ministry of Education including PM e-Vidya and National Digital Education Architecture(N-DEAR). New-age education will leverage technology to be open, inclusive and accessible.
Reviewed digital initiatives of the Ministry of Education including PM e-Vidya and National Digital Education Architecture(N-DEAR). New age education will leverage technology to be open, inclusive and accessible. pic.twitter.com/PQMnJpdmXL— Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) July 13, 2021
Emphasizing the importance of leveraging technology in Education, Shri Pradhan said that technology would help achieve open, inclusive, and accessible education. He added a vibrant digital ecosystem in education to expand learning opportunities for the students, spur innovation and entrepreneurship in the Education sector. The Minister noted that the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated a shift towards the digital medium of education and assured that Digital initiatives taken by the Ministry to ensure continuity of Education would be further strengthened and institutionalized.
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