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Delhi Introduces E-Learning Portal LEAD for School Students

E-Learning Portal LEAD

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Manish Sisodia launched a new e-learning portal LEAD —Learning through E-Resources Made Accessible for Delhi– which has 10,000+ education content and instructional materials on courses for classes I to XII.

Through LEAD, students will gain access to textbooks, study material and comprehensive course content covering CBSE, NCERT and Delhi Government’s curriculum. The textbooks will include digital QR codes, explanatory videos and practice questions for self-evaluation.

“It is a way for us to connect and share our programmes and experiences with the entire country. The online portal will also enable us to learn from the teaching-learning experiments and experiences of other states. It is going to be a mutual sharing and enlightening experience for all,” commented Sisodia.

The portal is a commingling of active interests shown by parents and students towards online learning, commented the minister.

“Education has been the top priority of the Delhi government and I am proud that we are taking steps in the right direction. Teachers should always strive to constantly improve and update the content as per the needs of their students,” further added Sisodia.

The national capital has actively worked towards providing quality education by advancing with novel initiatives such as Happiness Curriculum, Mission Buniyaad and Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum.

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