UP Government Schools ‘Aadhaarshila’ Lab Will Prepare Children for Digital Age to Achieve $1 Trillion Savings Goal


August 22, 2022 4:41 p.m. STI

Meerut (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Aug 22 (ANI/GPRC): For public school students in Meerut district, a unique lab called “Aadharshila”, equipped with technology, science, math and space, has been set up to run the board of the national education policy-2020. educational provisions. Where all scientific, mathematical and technological material will be provided in this laboratory in addition to studies. Students will learn here in a hands-on way, from coding to artificial intelligence, from drones to robotics, from planetary rotation to Newton’s principles, among other topics.
The force behind Adharshila believes that 21st century technology education is the key to success. But at the same time, not all students have access to the same learning and development opportunities, especially in the villages.
They also want to ensure that these students have the opportunity to learn new 21st century skills that will serve them well as they grow up and enter the workforce. This lab was built specifically for public school students in our district.
Under the new national education policy, public schools are now equipped for the teaching of technical knowledge in addition to being decorated. The lab is initiated by the district administration or Meerut, a special technology, math, science and space lab is currently being built in Meerut Public School.
With the help of state-of-the-art technology, Adharshila lab will provide the best way to learn about technology, science and space. Students will be able to learn all about these topics at school using different work models and electronic devices. A dream wall concept is designed for students from which they will know the possible career opportunities in which they can build their future with most of their subjects like light, force, electricity, magnetism, lenses and sound with the concept of learning by doing. In addition to learning about temperature in chemistry, students will also study batteries.

The idea behind Adharshila is to ensure that every child in the district has access to education, regardless of location or socio-economic status. This way, every child can have the opportunity to learn something new even if they don’t have access to books or computers at home.

Adharshila will also help students become interested in learning more about science technology as they now learn by doing concepts at an early age while they are still developing their brains and bodies so that they can grow into adults who know how important it is for them to learn. more about science and technology today than ever before.”
Development Director Meerut Shashank Choudhary said Aadharshila was being created in this case so that children in the village can learn everything that students studying in the metropolis are learning.
He promised that the students would have a complete mastery of everything from arithmetic to coding as well as the ability to easily absorb science and technology information with the teacher plays an important role in achieving this by improving through different trainings. technologies.
The foundations are being laid so that students can answer their questions of curiosity while continuing their studies. According to the CDO, there is a goal of educating the locals in addition to the students studying here. He claimed that efforts are being made to ensure that others not only government school students, even private school students learn in public school, which has totally changed the image of public schools.
And get them a head start on private schools. Currently, 10 labs are operating in different villages in Meerut in the coming months with the aim of setting up a lab in every public school in Meerut.
Adharshila in Meerut would help students in government village schools realize their full potential in technology and science and build a $1 trillion economic state.
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