by June 17, 2007 0 comments

Government schools have been witnessing a lot of problems in managing
admissions on time-there are more dropouts, and there is diminishing attraction
amongst parents and students to join them. As a result, the Directorate of
Education decided to introduce CAL (Computer-Aided Learning) and MIS to
disseminate education amongst 1000 schools, 9.5 lakh students, and a staff of
about 40,000 teachers and administrators.

A Web-based MIS system that captures workflow and processes of all
departments (like HRM, finance, infrastructure management) and reengineers them
to suit the demands of modern and efficient work procedure, has been implemented
in the DoE, Delhi.

The multimedia lessons that have been developed as a part of CAL and MIStoonZ
take less time than that taken by the ‘chalk and talk’ method in the
explanation, thus, leaving teachers and students with more time to practice.

It has brought best practices into practice as the lessons comprise of
collective wisdom. It also enables online student feedback, online inspections
of schools, online teacher-wise assessment of classroom teaching, and the online
attendance to check truancy.

Project Specs
Business problem: The lack of
CAL and MIS in schools was found to be a cause for drop-outs and less
enrolments in government schools

IT solution:
Complete process
re-engineering using CAL and MIS

Impact: The number of students in class VI increased by 14%,
admission process time decreased to 15 days from 75 days

Implementation partner: In-house

Project head: Ashok Kumar, Project Manager (MIS & CAL),
Directorate of Education

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