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‘Samsung Smart School’ Will Focus On Enhanced Digital Learning Forr Students & Teachers

Inaugurated at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Patna; Each classroom has an 85-inch and a 55-inch Samsung Flip interactive digital board, 40 Samsung Galaxy Tabs for students, a printer, a server PC, a tablet charging station, and power backup

Samsung, India’s most admired brand, today inaugurated its flagship global citizenship programme Samsung Smart School at the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) school in Patna, providing digital learning opportunities to students and helping improve their learning abilities. Samsung is also training teachers of the school to enhance their interactive teaching methods.

 

The Samsung Smart School program aims to create young leaders of tomorrow by giving less-privileged students in India access to the benefits of digital education and its own transformative innovations under Samsung’s vision of ‘Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People’. As part of the programme, students of JNV Patna will experience the latest digital learning infrastructure in the two smart classrooms that Samsung has set up in the school.

 

In the classrooms, an 85-inch Samsung Flip interactive digital board replaces the traditional blackboard, making it a more exciting and fun learning environment for students. Students can use the second Samsung Flip (55-inch) to participate in lectures, quizzes, classwork and project work and the 40 Samsung Galaxy Tabs in each classroom for self-study. In addition, the classrooms also have a printer, a server PC, a tablet charging station, and a power backup.

 

At an event held with the students of JNV Patna, the new Samsung Smart School was inaugurated by Dr Chandrashekhar Singh, District Magistrate, Patna, Partha Ghosh, Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Samsung India and Jitendra Kumar, Principal, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Patna.


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