PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that government will monitor to ensure that pre-primary schools teach as per the National Education Policy (NEP) guidelines.
“Government will monitor to ensure that pre-primary schools teach as per the National Education Policy (NEP) guidelines, Sawant said the inspection process will begin from next month. Inspection process will begin from next month,” said Sawant.
VSK will present dashboards and reports for districts, blocks, and individual schools. This real-time data will offer invaluable insights into student progress, teacher training, and overall school performance.
He further stated that teaching is a continuous process that requires dedication to lifelong learning and improvement. This continuous process is essential to meet the evolving needs of students and to prepare them for the challenges and opportunities of the future.
Following Gujarat, Goa becomes the second State to inaugurate AI-powered Vidhya Samiksha Kendra, he informed. Directorate of Education is directed to take remedial classes for the students who are falling behind in their studies, he added
The introduction of Vidhya Samiksha Kendra is all about giving our students and educators the best tools for success,” commented Dr Pramod Sawant.
“It’s the next big step in refining education in Goa using real-time data and feedback loops. The 6A framework of VSK including attendance, assessments, adaptive learning, administration, accreditation, and AI nudges will be setting new education benchmarks.
CM highlighted that through VSK powered by SwiftChat AI bots will make our students Sampoorn, our teachers Samarth, and administrators to be Sashakt while moving forward.