Centre, Nagaland govt sign 68 USD project with World Bank to improve Quality of Education
The Centre alongside with the Nagaland State authorities has signed a 68 million greenback project with the World Bank in the present day so as to Improve the Quality of Education in Nagaland.
The project named “Nagaland: Enhancing Classroom Teaching and Resources” will improve classroom instruction; create alternatives for the skilled growth of academics; and construct know-how methods to present college students and academics with extra entry to blended and on-line studying. The project will even permit higher monitoring of insurance policies and applications. The Ministry of Finance has mentioned that such an built-in method will complement typical supply fashions and assist mitigate the challenges posed by COVID-19. About 1 lakh 50 thousand college students and 20 thousand academics within the authorities training system will profit from the statewide reforms in colleges.