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The SEBA and IIIT announce a collaboration to publish computer science school books

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The SEBA and IIIT announce a collaboration to publish computer science school books

The Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and the Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) worked together to create publications on computer education. Goa schools will use these texts as part of their curriculum. Also, the minister of education has launched an online platform for students to see their mid-term and final exam results.

Key Highlight:

  • The Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and the Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) worked together to create publications on computer education.
  • Goa schools will use these texts as part of their curriculum.
  • The minister of education has launched an online platform for students to see their mid-term and final exam results.

The Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and the Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) recently teamed up to develop books on Computer Education (CE) for inclusion in the school curriculum.

So, Education Minister Ranoj Pegu released on Monday, October 25, a Computer Education Book.

The education minister also launched a computer faculty training session at the event.

The official Twitter account of the state’s education minister confirmed these details.

For our schools, SEBA and IIIT collaborated on computer education publications. I’m excited to announce the publication of a book today as a result of our endeavor. The government also launched an online training program for computer teachers.

As well as launching an online site, the education minister has made it so that schools can keep track of the grades their pupils get during mid-term and final exams.

Additionally, schools should transmit their students’ grades to the SEBA portal so that the process can be tracked easily.

To keep track of the students’ progress in half-yearly and annual exams, the schools launched an online portal. The education minister tweeted, “Schools must upload marks to the SEBA portal.”

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