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Digital Class Room

Digital Interactive Classroom

Infrastructure

The INAVIT E-learning System is packaged with a robust infrastructure that helps schools and students to stand globally competent with the help of state-of-the-art technology, bringing tomorrow’s education to us today. The set-up includes a giant Interactive White Board and a projector or an All-in-one HD Touch-screen LCD, a super-fast desktop or a laptop, one assessment device per child, Hi-Fi speakers and a personalized learning device - Class pad (optional).

Curriculum & Resources

INAVIT E-learning System covers the complete curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) Boards (plus all major State Boards), which gets seamlessly integrated into the school syllabus. The resources include comprehensive learning modules, educational games, interactive ebooks, audio, 2D/3D video and files (pdf and MS office files).

Support & Services

INAVIT E-learning System is backed by a dedicated support services framework. A detailed training program for teachers and students ensures that they are hands-on with the platform. Regular and ongoing visits of our facilitators to the schools help teachers understand and utilize our solutions to the optimum level.

The facilitators provided by INAVIT E-learning System are a one-stop help for:

  • System set-up and maintenance
  • Hardware, software and content updates
  • Troubleshooting issues
  • Teachers' training

Personalized Learning Using Tablets


One Tablet Per Child

The tablet serves as a personalized device and helps students gain valuable learning under the guidance of the teacher, the 'One Tablet Per Child' ensures a tablet in the hands of each student across schools in India. The model aims at ensuring a three pronged effective teaching learning environment: 'In-class', using which teachers can effortlessly transfer class work, tests and home assignments to the students' tablet; 'In-school', for out-of-class learning; and, 'In-home', for parents to monitor childrens' school and homework. It ensures learning, keeping the student-teacher relationship in prime focus.