Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has said the governments have been constantly trying to improve the school infrastructure but there is much more needs to be done.
He said, the results of surveys of learning outcomes in village schools show that quality of learning is a matter of great concern in many schools, especially in rural areas.
Mr Naidu was addressing students during the launch of 100 Digital Classrooms in 75 Rural Government Schools around Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh today. “My School-Digital School” is sponsored by Union Minister for Rural Development, Narendra Singh Tomar and Hindustan Zinc and implemented by Muskaan Foundation.
Giving advice to the teachers, Vice President said, they must promote active learning and enable children to learn by discoursing, questioning and experimenting. Mr. Naidu said, India’s future is bright because the younger generation have ability to develop innovative ideas.
Mr Naidu said, former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was instrumental in bringing geographical connectivity, people to people connectivity and People to Government connectivity.