In the current society, corruption has increased a lot, and a girl student has stated it boldly in front of the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. Chandrababu Naidu. On Thursday, the CM has attended as a Guest to launch digital classrooms in various Government schools in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The girl has astonished everyone at the launch event with her bold statements.
During the launch event, a girl named N. Diana pursuing class 9 in K.N.M. Girls High School has divulged some of the problems confronted by all the students. Among them, she stated that most of the students are facing glitches pursuing Intermediate education after the completion of SSC or class 10 in the state. She kindly requested the Chief Minister to look out and let the Government create more and more opportunities for all the aspirants to get admissions into various Intermediate colleges.
Later, a student named O. Suresh pursuing 10th class in Nadupuru ZP High School made an amazing project work on food and water supply. The Chief Minister smiled when the boy addressed him saying ‘Chandranna.’ Besides this, all the benefits of having digital classrooms showcased and demonstrated at the school by Diana. She stated that the students could simply draw two-dimension pictures on the blackboard. Conversely, we can draw a 3D/4D picture in a digital classroom.
This helps the students to grasp the subject in an easy way. This eventually aids the students to understand the topics and study with much ease. After the launch of the digital classroom program, the headmaster Anandapuram ZP High School stated that using this technology. The teachers could repeat their content in any subject without any difficulty. This, in turn, enhances the interest of the student in any subject.