One hundred ninety-seven upper primary schools in Ghaziabad will soon get Chhota Internet, an innovative Content Access Management Device (CAMD) for learning, reported India Today. The primary education department in the district of Ghaziabad will provide CAMD with the goal to provide regular connectivity without any hindrance.
Chairman and CEO of Chhota Internet, Mr Sandeep Arya said: "The digital age has opened up newer dimensions to learning, which were previously unheard of." The Chhota Internet will provide children access to buffer-free focused educational content. The education material will be accessible over a Wi-Fi network. Regular internet connection will not be required for this technology.
Mr Arya adds, “the vision of Chhota Internet is to bridge the gap between learning and growth and erase the educational divide." He added that it will bring rural education on par will the world, “in terms of providing access to a more advanced system of education that is loaded with the latest technological aids, paving the way for future growth via innovative technology."
School authorities can further monitor individual progress of students. Results will be used to address learning gaps by developing various programs.