State’s AI-powered on-line platform for Class X college students profitable: MHRD

30 Jul 2020  |   05:20am IST

State’s AI-powered on-line platform for Class X college students profitable: MHRD

Says general common efficiency of these from govt faculties elevated by 74%

Team Herald

PANJIM: The Goa Government’s Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered on-line platform for studying, training, and testing for Class X college students noticed the general common efficiency of these from authorities faculties elevated by 74 per cent, the MHRD report acknowledged. 

This 12 months, almost 35 authorities faculties achieved cent p.c end in Class X Board examination. 

Due to the nationwide lockdown within the wake of COVID-19, the Class X and different aggressive examinations have been delayed, giving extra time to college students to arrange for these examinations. 

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) of their India Digital Education Report launched on Wednesday, has mentioned that after profitable try for Class X, the platform will likely be  prolonged to engineering and medical aspirants throughout the State, who wouldn’t have entry to their lessons in the course of the ongoing pandemic. 

In view of COVID outbreak, the State authorities discovered an revolutionary method to assist its college students with their preparations with out attending lectures bodily. For this function, the Directorate of Education partnered with Embibe, an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered on-line platform for studying, training, and testing, for college students within the State. 

“This partnership began with the administering of a diagnostic test on Embibe’s Personalized Adaptive Learning platform for Grade 10 students across Goa in the month of January 2020. Through this test, approximately 22,000 students from govt as well as govt-aided schools received feedback on their unique areas for improvement, empowering them and their teachers to focus on these areas and improve their board examinations scores,” the report mentioned.

 In April the scholars got the ability of mock assessments for math and science topics as a result of the board examinations couldn’t be held on time as a result of lockdown. 

“It has been observed that the platform helped students from govt schools to increase their overall average score by 74%, while their perfect attempts increased by 57%. At the same time, it was found that students’ wasted attempts and over-time attempts went down by 49% and 65% respectively,” the report added. 

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