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    Jayesh Ranjan asserts that Hyderabad’s digital infrastructure will meet the requirements of school students.

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    The Telangana State Secretary to IT and Industries department, Jayesh Ranjan, has announced that digital infrastructure will cater to the educational needs of school students. In order to promote holistic development, digital classrooms are being introduced to shape and nurture students’ dreams. Ranjan recently inaugurated digital classrooms at the Government Tribal Welfare (TW) Ashram School for Boys in Bowenpally, Hyderabad. He encouraged students to utilize digital technology to excel in their studies.

    Dr. Christina Z Chongthu, Commissioner & Secretary of Tribal Welfare, expressed her belief that the digital classroom will enhance the educational experience for students. She emphasized that digital infrastructure is necessary in this age of technology where our lives are dependent on software.

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    Darshana Banthia, Head Finance of Solera / Smart Drive India Private Ltd., expressed happiness that her organization was making a difference in the education of over 370 boys and girls (classes 5 to 9) in the tribal school. In July 2022, as part of Solera’s CSR / Corporate Social Responsibility charter, the company sponsored digital infrastructure in the Tribal Welfare Ashram school (Girls) as well.

    The Head Master of the school, BanothuLalu, said that students are excited to enhance their knowledge through this digital learning system. With the introduction of digital classrooms, it is hoped that students will have access to a more comprehensive and innovative educational experience.

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