Sl.No. Item Achievments for 2018-19 to 2019-20
1 Adoption and Introduction of NCERT Curriculum and Syllabi
  1. In the first phase, NCERT’s Curriculum, syllabi and text books will be introduced in the State from the Academic Session 2019-2020 commencing from 1st April, 2019 for students of Classes I-IX and XI.
  2. In the second phase, NCERT’s Curriculum, syllabi and text books will be introduced in the State for the students of Classes X and XII from the Academic Session 2020-2021 commencing from 1st April, 2020.
2 Shifting of School Timings of JB, SB, High and HS Schools Shifting of School Timings of JB, SB, High and HS Schools has been changed w.e.f. 1st August, 2019. The Academic Session has also been changed in conformity with the CBSE from April to March from the academic year-2019-2020.
3 Setting up of a Special Technical Examination Unit/ Centralization Examination Unit A memorandum has been issued for framing of effective question paper as one of the important tool for assessing the learning outcome of learners in terms of achieving the object of quality education. It has been decided by the State Govt. that Question paper/Examination papers will be designed centrally for all classes from class III to IX and XI. The Centralized Examination has already started functioning and conducting Half Year Examination of class-IX for all Govt. and Govt Aided Schools across the State for the first time.
4 Result Analysis in Government Schools- Inspection of evaluated answer scripts of Madhyamik Examination The HMs / Teachers of respective schools were allowed to inspect/check the randomly selected evaluated answer scripts (5 nos.) with sincerity and due attention so that they can go back to their respective schools and held an academic review meeting in which, result of Madhyamik must be properly analysed and discussed subject wise and student wise.
5 `Providing 1 (One) hour extra time for Physically Challenged students in Board Exams. Providing 1 (One) hour extra time for Physically Challenged students in Board Exams.
6 Converted School from Bengali to English Medium
  1. Converted Udaipur Ramesh H.S School, Udaipur, Gomati Tripura from Bengali to English Medium from the Academic Session 2019-20.
  2. Converted Ramkrishna Vivekananda Vidyamandir, Dhaleswar, Agartala, West Tripura from Bengali  to English Medium from the Academic Session 2020-21.
  3. Converted Saradamayee Vidyapith, Teliamura, Khowai Tripura  from Bengali  to English Medium from the Academic Session 2020-21.
  4. Converted Pragati Vidyabhaban, West Tripura from Bengali  to English Medium from the Academic Session 2021-22.
7 Chief Minister’s Annual Award for academic excellence towards top 5 rank holder

2018-19 : Total 84 students have been awarded with an Apple i-Pad and a certificate of appreciation  by the Hon’ble Chief Minister

2019-20 : Total 91 students have been awarded with an Apple i-Pad and a certificate of appreciation  by the Hon’ble Chief Minister

2020-21 : Totally 95 students have been awarded with an Apple i-Pad along with a Certificate of Appreciation by the Hon’ble Chief Minister.

8 Joint Bench at schools

2018-19 : 165 nos. Joint Benches were procured during 2018-19 for High and H.S School in Tripura.

2019-20 : 8676 nos. Joint Benches were procured during 2019-20 for High and H.S School in Tripura

9 Supper 30 30 Students have been selected maintaining 100 % roster . Out of these 30 students , 27 have chosen Aakash Institute , Delhi – South Extension , Part – I  ring Road, Near Defence Colony Flyover, New Delhi and 03 have chosen Allen Career Institute , CP- 6 Indra Vihar, Kota, Rajasthan – 324005 (2020-21).
10 Sainik School Land has been identified at two locations of Tripura and also proposed to the Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India. These locations are:
  1. Mohanpur under West District Tripura.
  2. Mayachari under Dhalai District.
Senior army officer from Sainik School Sangathan has already visited these places . Decision is awaited (2020-21).
11 Kendriya Vidyalaya Proposal for establishment of Kendriya Vidyalaya has been found suitable by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan in the following location:-i)KV,Banduar, Gomati District. ii) KV,Hurua North Tripura. Now it is under consideration of Kendriya vidyalaya Sangathan. Most probably committee of KVS will settle the matter of sanction of the school in the next committee meeting, to be held in the month of January,2021
12 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya 2 new JNV has already been sanctioned and started for functioning for admission of students for the year 2021-22 in the following location:- i) Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya,Mohanpur ii) Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Unakoti
13 Regional Institute of Education 50 acres of land has been identified by the Govt. of Tripura at Mohanpur, West Tripura for establishment of Regional Institute of Education in Tripura. Proposal for establishment of Regional Institute of Education (RIE) has already been sent to NCERT. Director, NCERT has already visited the site. Decision awaited.
14 Repair And Maintenance including Electrification in school

2018-19 :  Rs.16.00 lakh is reallocated for 16 nos. schools

2019-20 :  Rs.5.76  lakh is reallocated for 12 nos. schools

15 Introducing of optional Vocational subjects in secondary school education for all around development During the year 2019-20, for the 1st time Vocational Education Subject has been introduced in 24 Govt. schools of the State with 3 sectors. Later, during 2020-21, the same has been notified for introduction in more 56 schools with 4 sectors. This year, e-tender has been invited for introduction of the program in more 55 Govt. schools of the state. TBSE has also included Vocational Education in its curriculum as a Compulsory Additional Subject.  Students are availing coaching from outstate reputed Coaching institutes for NEET and JEE. Rs. 34,86,000/- (course fee) has been paid to coaching institutes during 2020-21. Rs. 4,20,000/- has been paid as accommodation fee for 03 students who are availing physical classes at Allen Career Institute, Kota, Rajasthan. Totally 3260 students have appeared in the Selection Test for Super 30 this year (2021).
16 NCERT Curriculum To enable our students to compete with the best in the country, NCERT curriculum was implemented within a year, including training 30,000 teachers, translation of books into Bangla, and printing of books. All books were delivered to schools before start of academic year. Accordingly, academic year has been changed to April-March and school timings has been changed to ensure that very young children don’t have to attend school very early in the morning. Also, school timings have been increased to provide more academic time and holiday calendar has been revised for more academic time.
17 NUTAN DISHA National Achievement Survey (NAS) report, 2017  as well as Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)-2018, published by Pratham Education, Foundation,  nationally reputed NGO  indicates that Learning Level of children of the State is not satisfactory. Some students studying in class III to VIII cannot perform addition, subtraction and division and even cannot read textbooks fluently. Under this perspective “Nutan Disha”-a comprehensive Learning Enhancement Programme has been introduced in all Government and Government aided schools for enhancement of learning level of Children from Class-III to VIII. One comprehensive Baseline Survey has been conducted in the State w.e.f. 25th to 28th February, 2019 in all the Government and Government aided schools for the purpose of assessment of Learning Outcomes of the children in class-III to VIII and total 3,16,270 students out of total enrolled 3,20,946  (98.54%) has been covered by the survey. Three Mega Parent-Teachers meet were conducted in all school throughout the State during 2019 and 2020 in which approximate 2, 22,106 (70%) parents attended. Organized Special Coaching Camp during Summer Vacation 2019 for students of classes-III to VIII who are not grade appropriate identified as per Baseline Survey. 220 Lead KRPs and KRPs have been selected from 08 (Eight) Districts and 1 (One) laptop have been provided them for class room support.              Thereafter, a series of Post Base Line survey intervention has been made and as a result of the learning outcomes the percentage of class appropriate students have been   increased to 84.43%. Besides, the result of Annual Examination indicates that 89% of students of Class III to V and VI-VIII scored more than 60% and 80% respectively in questions on Basic Skill. A sizeable number of Schools declared as Non Reader Free Schools. The endeavour will be continued and Mid Line survey will be conducted soon after reopening of Schools.
18 Amendment of “No Detention Policy Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Second Amendment)  Rules (Tripura), 2019 has been adopted. It provides that students of Classes V and VIII of the Government Schools including Aided Schools and Madrasa who do not secure prescribed minimum qualifying marks in the assessment after the Annual Examination, shall be detained in respective classes,  and they shall be given additional instruction and granted opportunity for Re-Examination on concerned subject or  subject (s) , as the case may be,   within a period of two (2) months from the date of the declaration of result.
19 Amendment of Recruitment Rules Recruitment Rules of Teachers ( Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary stages) have been amended in the light of NCTE guidelines and latest recruitment policy of the State Government.
20 Rationalization of Teachers Revised teachers deployment norms has been notified for the entire State for JB, SB, High and Higher Secondary Schools and accordingly teachers have been transferred.
21 Opening of Pre-school Education in selected schools Pre-school education is introduced in selected 67 schools in Tripura. Initiative taken to open Pre-school education in 12 more schools.
22 Handing over of Low Enrolment / Closed down schools It was resolved to hand over 20 Low Enrolment / Closed down schools to NGO namely  ‘India Tribal Care Trust’ for  establishment of Privately managed un aided English Medium Schools  with NCERT curriculum from Nursery stage . Till date 18 handed over
23 Conversion of Bengali Medium schools in to English Medium schools To extend the benefits of English Medium Schools  the  students of far-flung areas total 62 Bengali Medium Schools has be converted into English Medium  in academic session 2019-20 and 2020-21.
24 Shifting of schools from TBSE to CBSE 20 Govt. and Govt. aided Schools have switched over to CBSE . School have received affiliation for 2 years provisionally from CBSE. Registration of class IX and XI students are completed. Directorate of Information Technology is developing website for each school as per CBSE norms. Initiatives has taken to switched over 20 more schools to CBSE.
25 Centralised Question Paper for all schools To ensure standardization in assessment and comparison of learning outcomes across the State, question papers for half yearly and final examinations are designed, printed in secrecy and delivered to all schools across the State with a uniform date sheet for school based exams.
26 Building of Education Intelligence System and introduction of  EmpowerU Shiksha Darpan App In implementation of multiple new  initiatives for improvement of quality across all schools in the state, it is being felt that in order to streamline data / information capturing, reporting processes and to support decision making and to guide policymaking, building of an Education Intelligence System (EIS) is absolutely necessary. EIS solution stands to shore up the overall operating capacity of the state – as it is found to do in large systems – thereby benefiting the future implementation of all programs and schemes.           Accordingly, a organization which has been incubated and supported by the IIT, Kanpur has been engaged  which has  successfully completed Phase-I of the implementation of “EmpowerU-Shiksha Darpan” covering development  of systems in  School Information Management, Teacher Database Management, Student Database Management, Marks Management, Learning Level Tracking and Dashboard  with necessary analysis and recommendations which resulted in achievement like (i) District wise and  Block wise locating of 100% Schools, (ii) recording data of all the teachers , (iii) capturing School wise and Class wise enrolment of students   , (iv) Class wise and  Subject wise  performance of students, (v) data on subject wise learning levels , (vi) Percentage of Elementary schools which have displayed Class wise learning outcomes , (vii) Real time analysis  through Key performance Indicators (KPI) of respective systems  and with capsules for grievance redressed.
27 Appointment of Qualified Teachers Government has notified a new recruitment Policy for all establishment under the administrative control of Govt. of Tripura. An educate no. of qualified teachers appointed through Teachers Eligibility Test conducted by Teachers  Recruitment Board  of Tripura(TRBT)  for providing quality education in the State. The Selection process is completely transparent and appointment are being made through merit basis. Number of teachers appointed during 2019-20 and 2020-21 are as follows: The process for appointment of 175 Graduate teachers for class IX-X and 65 Post Graduate Teachers for class XI-XII is going on as approved by the council of Minister. Council of Minister approved the proposal for filling up of 2055 Graduate Teacher(VI-VIII), 1675 Under Graduate teacher(I-V),175 Graduate teachers( IX-X), 65 Post Graduate Teachers  (XI-XII), and the process is going on for filling up the posts.
28 Training of all teachers in content and pedagogy for 5 days minimum per annum Around 6000 secondary teachers have already been trained on transactional methodology of NCERT Curriculum in collaboration with EdIndia Foundation. 1177 elementary science and Math teachers are enrolled in 06 month certificate course of NCERT, New Delhi. The course will be completed in December,2020. 17400 Elementary Teachers and HMs of Elementary stage have been enrolled in the 03 months online certificate course of NISHTHA of MoE, GoI. All the teachers will be completing 18 mo dules. NISHTHA course is also translated in Bengali for Bengali medium Teachers .On request, Govt. of Tripura has already shared the Benagli medium course of NISHTHA developed by SCERT , Tripura with ASSAM , SCERT. The Bengali Speaking elementary teachers and HMs of Assam are doing the Bengali Medium course. The course will be completed in January,2021. Apart from this, SCERT has already collaborating with Gurushala course developed by Pratham Education Foundation. In the pilot phase, all the secondary and higher secondary teachers (2500 nos.) of west Tripura District are already enrolled in 02 days online course. The course already commence on 9th December, 2020.
29 Spoken English for Students For better fluency in Spoken  English , State Government will introduce spoken English classes for 120 hours per child, as pilot project for 4000 students in West District, through nationally reputed private institutions at government cost. Tender process has been completed for selection of best institution for spoken English coaching of Class XI students. Macmillam Publishers Pvt. Ltd. (Chennai) has been selected as the lowest bidder and the Work Order has been issued to them. The Agreement has been signed.
30 Setting up of Computer Lab in  High and HS Schools Tender invited through e-tender portal for setting up of information and Communication Technology (ICT) Labs in 312 Government schools under Samagra Shiksha and 53 Govt. schools funded by SC Welfare Deptt., Govt. of Tripura. Lowest (L1) Bidder has been indentified and the file process for obtaining approval in the Supply Advisory Board (SAB).
31 Free Bi-cycle distribution to all Girls’ students of Class-IX Before 2018-19, Bi-Cycles have been distributed to the only girls students reading in Class IX belonging BPL families. Number of Bi-cycle distributed during the year 2018-19 and 2019-20 are as follows :
32 Tripura Science and Maths Talent Search Exam To encourage students to appear in NTSE etc and study science in senior classes, talent search examination in Science and Mathematics for students of class IX has also been introduced. Each of 400 successful students will get Rs. 500/- per month as scholarship for 15 months. All students of government schools who enroll  for the examination will get special coaching free of cost, for 8 weeks, by a teacher chosen by the parents, to prepare the students for the exam.  Guidelines for selection of teachers who will provide coaching to the students have been issued.  Date of the examination has been scheduled on 20th Dec., 2020.  District and block level Nodal Officers have been identified .  All the Nodal Officers have been oriented online training on supervision of the online registration and application process.  Web Portal for online registration ( ) has been launched. Registration by the students was started from 24th July, 2020.  11363 students have applied till last date for the Examination.  10702 students have applied for Science Talent Search Examination  9904 students have applied for Math Talent Search Examination.  E-tender is being finalized for printing of OMR sheets , question paper and scanning of OMR sheet.
33 Super 30 School Education Department, Government of Tripura has launched a new scheme namely ‘Super 30’ for class X ( Madhyamik) passed out students w.e.f. academic session 2020-21 onwards. As per this scheme , top 30 ( thirty) Madhyamik passed out students of TBSE maintaining proportionate reservation quota will be allowed to avail coaching facilities for JEE/NEET Entrance Examination from the reputed and established Coaching Institutions. 30 (thirty) students have been selected maintaining 100% roster. Out of these 30 students, 27 have chosen AAkash Institute, Delhi- South Extension Part-I, Ring Road, Near Defence Colony Flyover and 03 have chosen Allen Career Institute, CP-6, Indra Vihar, Kota, Rajasthan-324005.
34 Chief Minister’s Merit Award for academic excellence Chief Ministers’ Annual State Award for Academic Excellence to meritorious students  of Madhyamik and H.S.( + 2 stage) Examinations  conducted by Tripura Board of Secondary Education(TBSE) have been introduced to encourage the students for quality education. The top five rank holders, top five  Girls students, top 5 rank holders belongings to ST, SC, OBC and RM families and toppers in 23 subjects of HS Examination have been awarded with an Apple i-Pad and a certificate of appreciation by the Hon’ble Chief Minister. Number of Apple i-pad distributed during the year 2018-19,2019-20 and 2020-21 are as follows:
35 Development and distribution of Work Books for students For the first time, Department  has started preparation of workbooks along with the textbooks to ease the learning of the students.  Maths Workbooks for the students from classes III to VIII have been prepared, printed and distributed. e-tender has been floated for printing  English Workbooks for the students of classes  I-V.    Maths Workbooks for the students of class X (both in English and Bengali) has been developed by SCERT and that for class IX is under process and e-tender will be floated shortly.  For preparation of workbook of Science for the students of class IX and X, an expert committee has been formulated and the material for the same has been developed and sent for printing. To provide workbook to the students SCERT has launched a new scheme 'Prayas'.
36 Bacchar Bachao In order to give facility of re-examination to the unsuccessful candidates of Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examinations the State Government has introduced the system of “Bachhar Bachao “, under which students who failed upto two subjects can get chance to sit for examination again within two months time. The  implementation of system  has been started  from the  year 2020.
37 All Students to Appear All students of class X and XII who have minimum 60% attendance has been  allowed to appear in Board examination and no student who has enrolled in Xth or XIIth class will be denied permission to sit in board exam because of weak academic performance in Test.
38 Reforms in Exams Process in Xth and XIIth class Increasing the pass percentage to 33%, having two sets of question papers to minimize cheating, rational basis for marking 20 internal marks in board year, facilities of additional subjects to students, provision of easier option of maths in class Xth, digi locker for marksheets, additional time and IT enabled facilities to specially abled students, and other similar reforms have been decided by the State Government.
39 Issuance of Scheme of Examination and Promotion Policy For regulating and standardization of all facets of Education in government and government aided school New Scheme of Examination and Promotion Policy formulated since academic session 2019-20. For Class III to V : As Children in classes III to V are very young and  academic burden should not be very high hence Importance is given to basic skills  For Class V to VIII: As Children in classes VI to VIII are at critical juncture of their academic life which will determine their retention in school at secondary level, as well as their future academic and career choices whereas Survey report indicates that nearly, 67% of students in class VIII were not able to do division and around 36% in class VIII cannot fluently read a 2nd  Standard  class textbook and as simply allowing the students to be promoted to class IX, carrying such learning gaps, will be detrimental to this child, who would then be under substantial pressure to clear Xth class hence weigtage given on basic skill as well as on curriculum.
40 Providing Smart Virtual Classroom Facility Totally 140 schools and 02 DIETs are already bestowed with Smart Virtual Classroom Facility in Govt. and Govt. aided schools of Tripura. These Smart Virtual Classes are providing state-of-the-art ICT based teaching in the schools. Those were set up by ERNET, a Govt. of india entewrprise. The Govt. has recently taken initiatives to introduce Smart Virtual Classroom facility in 05 more schools.
41 Vocational Education During the year 2019-20, for the 1st time Vocational Education subject has been introduced in 24 Govt. Schools of the state with 3 sectors, Later, during 2020-21, the same has been notified for introduction in more 56 schools with 4 sectors. This year e-tender has been floated for selection of Vocational training Provider for implementation of the Vocational Education subject in 55 schools. TBSE has also included Vocational Education in its curriculum as an compulsory additional subject.
42 Digital initiatives during Lockdown Period Telecast of e-classes through various local cable TV channels and uploaded classroom videos( class I to XII)  in departmental youtube Channel ‘Tripura Shiksha Bandhu’. WhatsApp and Telegram Group formation in schools to deliver recorded classes, task and other instruction. All the textbooks of classes I to XII were digitized and uploaded in the website of SCERT i.e. for the students and teachers. To learn science and Mathematics of class VI to VII in DIKSHA App (by scanning through QR code). Audio –video lectures on hard topics for the classes IX to XII are being developed in the  in-house production studio of SCERT and those are being broadcast though different local TV channels. Food Security Allowances has been provided to 4.32 lakhs eligible students both for primary and upper primary level including food grains under Mid-day-Meal Scheme. Ensuring proper sanitization and hand washing facilities for the students, sanction according for soaps, sanitizer for students and hand gloves mask for Cook-cum-Helper. Initiatives taken to install the water reservoir in 2563 schools where running water is not available with adequate number of taps. To engage the students with their studies during lockdown and unlock period of cobin-19 pandemic situation Neighbourhood classes are going on. Further different local TV  channels are telecasting live classes free of cost which is highly appreciated by the students and guardian. Students all over the State is reaping benefits from these classes.
43 Ektu Khelo Ektu Padha Directorate of  Elementary Education’s Natun Disha Cell started ekto khelo padu Intervention on 25th June, 2020 specially for Elementary Students of the State. Currently the program is in its 14th week. It is an Intervention specially designed for learning through Text SMS and WhatsApp  Videos during the Covid-19 pandemic situation via Normal phone (keypad phone) and Smart Phone. This Intervention was very much helpful in this lockdown period. Till today out of 4,470 Schools we covered near about 4,000 Schools. Maximum numbers of teachers are involved in this Intervention. Out of  3,20,000 students, we reached 2,25,000 students till now. We got 2,98,169 positive responds for normal Text SMS and 1,67,875 positive responds for WhatsApp Videos from guardian side.
44 New Education Policy(NEP 2020) A joint taskforce composed   of 38 members on ECCE has been constituted on 31.08.2020 with representatives from various departments to synergize the implementation of NEP. The Joint taskforce is  composed  of representatives of various  Departments :  School Education, (Elementary and secondary),Social  welfare and social education ,Tribal welfare, NHM, TTAADC, TBSE, YAS, SCERT, college Principals, TRBT, HMs, Teachers:     Several press-conferences were held and the salient features of NEP were communicated. SCERT Tripura has translated NEP 2020 in Bengali so that majority of the stakeholders can understand the prescribed principles and initiatives to be taken. Tripura is the first state to translate NEP 2020 in Bengali. Maximum sharing of the soft copy of   translation were done in pre-existing various groups of teachers. Seminars are being organised continuously in all the educational sub-divisions of the state. To prepare Resource Persons, SCERT Tripura has taken initiatives and organised workshops centrally at Agartala. More then, 220 signs are being displayed all over the state focusing the key features and changes prescribed by NEP. A poster, video, PPT presentation competition have been launched by NCERT and and from every nook and corner of the state, teachers are preparing communication material and submitting it through the district education offices to SCERT. Those communication materials later will be used to sensitise all the stakeholders related to education with the aims and objectives, to be taken steps and the timeline of implementation. A special cell has been constituted aligning the Department of Elementary Education , Secondary Education and SCERT.
45 Supply of Bi-Cycle to all girl students reading in Class IX 2016-17,  18014 Nos. Bi-cycle had been distributed among the girls’ student reading in class IX having family income not exceeding 1.25 lakh per year. 2017-18, 16439 Nos.. Bi-cycle had been distributed among the girls’ student reading in class IX having family income not exceeding 1.25 lakh per year. 2018-19 , 28006 Nos. Bi-cycle had been distributed among all the girls’ student reading in class IX irrespective of any income bar. 2019-20, 26530 Nos. Bi-cycle had been distributed among all the girls’ student reading in class IX irrespective of any income bar.
46 Smart Virtual Classroom Project at 140 Schools by ERNET. i)140 schools are, at present, linked with 2 DIETs (totally 142 SVC units) where DIETs take regular classes and the students follow those classes through Video Conference system, with the help of broadband connection, provided by BSNL. Where there is no internet connectivity, schools conduct regular offline classes with study materials, provided by IT Cell, DSE, Agartala. ii)At present 82 schools under Kakraban DIET and 52 schools under Kailasahar DIET are following regular classes of two DIETs.
47 e-Classroom Project i) 480 video classes recorded at the Doordarshan Kendra Agartala studio under e-Classroom Project by expert teachers, including Master Trainers of State Resource Group. ii) All the 480 e-Classroom videos uploaded in YouTube channel (Tripura Shiksha Bandhu) which has 12000 subscribers and 3,00,000 viewers.
48 e-Classroom recorded content Distribution. Recorded e-Contents are now being distributed to schools, connected with SVC, assisting them to continue classes, while offline. Distribution started from Dhalai, covering 3 operational units. Schools of Belonia and Sabroom have also been covered recently.   
49 EdCIL Project in 60 Schools of Khowai, Dhalai and Unakoti District. EdCIL is providing Offline Smart Class Solutions in Tripura. 60 Schools (@20 schools in each district) of Khowai, Unakoti and Kailashahar are covered at present. Kyan Projector (it’s a computer itself with projection facility), Interactive Pen, UPS etc. were delivered in EdCIL project.
50 Task Monitoring System (TMS) A citizen as well as student centric public grievance redressal mechanism is being monitored regularly by the IT Cell since inception in the month of Oct, 2018.
51 Vande Tripura YouTube channel and Educational Channel The YouTube channel “Vande Tripura” was introduced on Nov 30, 2017 to facilitate students with the pre-recorded classroom videos of IX, X, XI and XII by the DSE and the Doordarshan Kendra, Agartala. Totally 480 classes were uploaded in the YouTube Channel. The channel immediately got immense popularity and at present, it has 22,900 subscribers and 8,58,500 viewers. Later on Live Streaming of classes were started and one Educational Cable TV Channel in the same name started broadcasting from the SCERT studio from 17 May, 2021. Now, this channel is the only educational Channel of the state and most popular educational channel of Tripura.
52 Setting up of Artificial Intelligence Laboratory INTEL offers an unparalleled AI developer ecosystem that provides end-to-end software resources including optimized tools and frameworks for data analytics, traditional machine learning, and deep learning for the students. INTEL has developed an AI lab in Shishu Bihar HS School and another to be developed in Belonia Govt. English Medium HS School. 
53 “Saksham Tripura”, a project for comprehensive development of the Children with Special Needs (CWSN) Project Saksham Tripura has been conceptualized wherein those Special Educators will work in this area to make a big push in the confidence level of CWSN and their parents. As a result, presently 4337 CWSN students are enrolled in the State Govt. schools. Nationally reputed NGO, CBM, Bengaluru is entrusted for monitoring and coordination. 
54 Engagement of Nationally reputed NGOs. In order to bring systematic changes in the Pedagogy and Transactional Methodology with the Primary goal of improving quality of Education in the Government schools, State Govt. had resolved to engage 20 nationally reputed NGOs in the sector of School Education.
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