Nagaland Govt signs MoU with Embibe to power AI-led learning in govt-run schools

Kohima: Initially 100 schools across the State will have access to Ebibe’s AI-led personalised and adaptive teaching and learning apps

BY | Friday, 19 May, 2023
Principal Director, School Education Thavaseelan K with Embibe represetatives

Nagaland Government and Embibe, India’s foremost AI-Powered learning and outcomes platform, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Thursday to make Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered education more accessible to all students.

The initiative is expected to help over three lakh students and 7,500 educators from 1,925 government-run schools across the state with access to Embibe’s AI-led personalised and adaptive teaching and learning apps.

Speaking to Nagaland Tribune about signing of EMBIBE, a new system of AI-powered learning, Principal Director, School Education Thavaseelan K said Embibe-AI is one of the foremost firms which work on personalised learning that essentially assess the student’s performance in the app and provides the level of assessment depending on the performance, “It could be slightly less tougher or slightly more tougher.”

“The software itself uses Artificial Intelligence to adapt to the students learning ability” he added.

The Principal Director said, “gaining knowledge is the first aspects and assessing themselves on their own is another advantage but they will also be able to benchmark against kids in other parts of the country so that they know where they are, where are the areas of improvement all of that can happen simultaneously,” adding that learning doesn’t just happen in schools but significant amount of learning take place outside.”

He maintained that the partnership is envisioned to enhanced quality of education in government schools and to impart the best quality education to students across the state. He said, “this is one of the several ongoing efforts to enhance the quality of education in our government schools and we would continue taking up such initiative In a very phase manner so that we give the best opportunities to the students in government schools.”

Speaking about the numbers of schools and educators the initiative will be benefiting he said, “eventually the idea is, we want to cover all the government schools in a phase manner but as of now the pilot that we are looking at is about 100 schools, but we would add more school, more teachers, and more students as time goes by.”

He informed that the department has been undertaking another effort to ensure the best possible education available to students and added that the department would continue taking up such initiative to give the best opportunities to the students across the state.

Further he informed that the department is looking at the current academic year to implement the course in the state.

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