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Monday, 11-December-2017

E-LEARNING CENTRES TO HELP JEE CANDIDATES

To start with, the project on e-learning will have a batch of 25 candidates and the process of selection has been initiated

Meghalaya government has decided to set up e-learning centres in the state for the benefit of those taking the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) as candidates.
The project will be implemented by the state’s Information Technology and Communication Department.
To start with, it will induct a batch of 25 candidates and the process of selection has been already initiated.
Co-chairman of the State Planning Board John Kharshiing said more that 1,000 schools in the state had benefitted from the IT education schemes for schools, which was partly funded by North Eastern Council (NEC).
The state government is also coming up with a two digital planetariums in the state. Kharshiing said that the construction of a digital planetarium  in Tura had begun while the another digital planetarium is likely  to be constructed in the campus of North East Hill University (NEHU), Shillong.
The Science and Technology Department informed Kharshiing that it was initiating the process of mapping of historical monuments of Jaintia Hills for preservation and promotion of eco-tourism.  The department as conducted surveys of such monuments at Muktapur and Nartiang.