Kerala is growing massively, in terms of development, education, infrastructure, and what not. By setting the right example for other Indian states, Kerala has managed to surpass all developmental boundaries and how. Now, we all know that Kerala is the only Indian state to have an almost 100 percent literacy, which again goes to prove Kerala’s efficient for-the-people policies. In fact, we have yet again shown the rest of the world what we’re capable of.
Kerala will soon become the first Indian State to have 100 percent high-tech schools. During the inauguration of a government higher secondary school, located in Chembuchira near Pudukka, on the 30th of May, Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan laid the foundations of the state-level school reopening festival. According to TOI, it was during this event that Education Minister C Raveendranath proclaimed that Kerala’s schools will soon be under the hi-tech listing.
What’s surprising is that 4,500 classrooms from classes VIII to XII are already under the hi-tech category. C Raveendranath has also promised that before the cultural festival of Onam, over 9,941 schools will have hi-tech labs that students from class I to VII can get limitless access to. With the sole aim to increase the drop-ins of students in schools, the Kerala Government has ensured that the education process will be smoothened out so no child is left out. With that in mind, they have also set the seal on eradicating any kind of association that drug racket has on educational institutions.
Also, did you know that the State Government will soon add swimming as part of the school curriculum? Kerala is undoubtedly a progressive state and is aiming to do more for its people. There’s a reason why Kerala is the best governed State.