Published On: Tue, Jul 9th, 2013
June 2013 / Magazine | By Elets News Network (ENN)

ICT for Inclusive Education

 

Shaleen Kabra,
Commissioner/Secretary, Technical Education; Health and Medical
Education, Government of Jammu & Kashmir

Inclusive education means educating every section of the society.But the education has to be imparted in such a way that people in all sections in society are able to develop the skills that will make them employable in modern industry. ICT can play a major role in imparting latest skills to our students

 

Ranjeet Koul
Industry Head Government &Enterprise; Enterprise Solution Group
South Asia, Intel

Intel has a strong focus on the education sector, we have been endeavouring to train teachers across India in the use of ICT in classrooms, so that the educational outcomes in the country can be improved. ICT can be a big enabler in the area of education,it can bring down the overall costs and facilitate long distance education


Indrapal Singh
CEO , Aman Technologies

The level of IT penetration in J&K is low, but the state has a huge potential in IT. IT can not only be a job generator for the state, it can also be used for monitoring the projects

 

Dr Chandra Shekhar Kumar
Commissioner-cum-Secretary,
Employment & Technical Education
& Training Department, Government of Odisha

The purpose of SAMS student education management system is to ensure that there is a common entry point, so that the admission takes place through a transparent online mechanism. All the colleges in the state are following the SAMS system

 

Vimal Wakhlu,
Chairman and Managing Director, Telecommunications Consultants
India Ltd

The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) was a major initiative to provide formal education to those who cannot afford it. ICT serves as a major enabler for projects such as these. TCIL understands the benefits of using ICT and we are in the forefront of developing solutions that can improve the quality of our education and healthcare