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Wednesday 10 February 2021

Online Textbook Indent System for 2021-22 year for school

 Online Textbook Indent System for 2021-22 year for school

  • In order for the school to enter data in the on-line textbook indent system, the school has to register on the website
  • Register the school using the school's own UDISE code, giving the head teacher's name and mobile number.
  • Type of School: Choose Government, Granted, KGBV, Ashram School, Model School and Medium. - Std. 1 to 8 school to choose its own taluka / municipality.
  • Std. If they have 1 to 12 schools, they have to select both Taluka / Nagarpalika and SVS. Free textbooks of Std. 1 to 8 will be available to the school only from the taluka / municipality selected by the school.
  • If there is a change in the name and mobile of the head teacher of the school, the school can contact its taluka primary education officer or governor and change the information. (UDISE code is required.)
  • The school will select the standard, medium, subject and enter and submit the required number of textbooks (as per CTS). Academic Year: The number of students as per CTs will be checked on-line for the demand of textbooks for 2021-22 after which the demand will be accepted. Then click Request Books-> STD 1 TO 8 ROUND_1.

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There are many potential advantages to digital textbooks. They may offer lower costs, make it easier to monitor student progress, and are easier and cheaper to update when needed. Open source e-textbooks may offer the opportunity to create free, modifiable textbooks for basic subjects, or give individual teachers the opportunity to create e-texts for their own classrooms. They may offer better access to quality texts in the developing world. For this reason, many schools and colleges around the world have made the implementation of digital textbooks a central component of education policy. For example, in South Korea, reading materials in all public schools will be digitized by 2015. In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission aims for every student to be able to access e-texts by 2017.

However, the transition to e-textbooks is costly, complex and controversial. Students express a strong preference for printed materials in many surveys and across cultures. Many interconnected factors, from device access, to digital literacy, to teaching methods affect the implementation of digital textbooks in the classroom.Issues of overall value, book quality, privacy, and intellectual property have yet to be resolved. 

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