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Date of this Version

Winter 12-11-2019


  1. Data Status Report
  2. Ekberg, S., & Gao, S. (2018). Understanding challenges of using ICT in secondary schools in Sweden from teachers’ perspective. The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 35(1), 43-55.
  3. Emaliana, Ive (2017). Teacher-centered or Student-centered Learning Approach to Promote Learning? Jurnal Sosial Humaniora, 10, 59-70.
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  6. Saransh
  7. Saransh Circular 09nov2015
  8. Saransh – Wikipedia
  9. Schools Geo Portal
  10. Shala Darpan Software
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  13. Paula Cardellino, Roine Leiringer, (2014) Facilitating change in primary education: the role of existing school facilities in ICT initiatives, Facilities, 32, 845-855, doi: 10.1108/F-04-2013-0026
  14. Peter Serdyukov (2017). Innovation in education: what works, what doesn’t, and what to do about it? Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning. 10, 4-33.
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The shifting of teacher-centric education system (primitive) to student-centered education system (modern) invites many changes that are directly or indirectly affects the scenario of education worldwide. In India, lots of changes have been made in school education system as far as ICT tools and techniques are concerned. Many applications and devices have been designed and produced to fulfil the needs of not only teachers and students but also parents and other stakeholders for the betterment of the society as a whole. The ICT initiatives taken by Government of India are effective in disseminating information to its clientele. This paper presents details of five ICT initiatives by the central and state government of India. These initiatives are mapped in this paper at regional, state or national level. An overview of these ICT initiatives is presented and systematic mapping is done to show the effectiveness and exhaustiveness of these initiatives.



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