During his visit, World Bank President Ajay Banga lauded Gujarat for its unique education system. He praised the state’s plan to put at least one smart classroom in every school. Banga commended implementation efforts and stressed the importance of data and tracking for optimal results.
#WATCH | Gujarat: World Bank President Ajay Banga says, "A lot of countries do education differently. India with the idea in Gujarat of making classrooms smart and having one minimum smart classroom in every school. There's a lot of implementation on. The real thing is the data… pic.twitter.com/suTW1JSeHH
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Gujarat’s smart classrooms have shifted the education discussion from quality education to best practises. Ajay Banga praised this development, emphasising outcomes’ collaborative responsibility.
Smart classrooms use technology and interactive learning tools to engage students. It gives pupils digital resources, interactive displays, and a wealth of educational content. Smart classrooms improve instruction and student engagement.
Gujarat is implementing smart classrooms to improve education and prepare children for the digital future. Gujarat uses technology to give children a well-rounded education that develops critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving.
Ajay Banga’s acknowledgement of Gujarat’s smart classroom programme highlights the importance of data-driven approaches and excellent implementation tactics in education. The state’s focus on optimal outcomes meshes with its larger goals of delivering great education and equipping students with the skills they need for success.