Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that an initiative has been taken by the College Education Department to prepare the e-content in total 14 subjects including 8 subjects of Arts, 4 of Science and 2 subjects of Commerce. Other subjects can be included in this as per the demand. For this, 9 government colleges have been made subject wise nodal institutes.
Yadav said that there is a need for this special academic support program in which good quality e-content will be available online in Hindi language to the students, which can be viewed and read in 24×7 mode from anywhere and anytime. Along with this, online live solutions of the subject problems of the students will also be done in this program every week, so that the students will be able to clear their doubts. The relevance of this Gyandoot 2.0 program has increased, especially in the Covid circumstances.In the program, Secretary, Higher and Technical Education, Narayan Lal Meena said that it is a challenge to continue studies in colleges and universities again in this corona time. Programs like Gyandoot are the need of the hour. He said that students of Hindi language medium face problems in getting good quality e-content in college and university education cadres of Rajasthan. Therefore, through this program, we are going to make available good quality subject content in Hindi language so that students can understand and read.
Giving information about the scheme, Commissioner College Education Suchi Tyagi said that through these subject wise e-contents, we are getting an online repository prepared for the students, where any student can easily access the course material according to their subject and syllabus. By giving the facility of online problem solving to the students, we are providing the best preparation option for their better future.
Additional commissioner Tribhuvanpati, principals, teachers and students of all government colleges were associated with the program. Dr. Vinod Bhardwaj, Innovation In-charge and State Coordinator of Gyandoot Program conducted the program and the guests were welcomed by the State Co-Coordinator of the program Dr. Lalita Yadav.