- AI based platform will bridge the learning gap in 10 government schools
- IIT Kanpur center will run this pilot project in 10 schools of Delhi
- AI is a Personalized Testing Series based on Testified Algorithms
- It prepares the test for the student with the help of AI based on the data
- This helps to practice and improve the area in which he is weak.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based testing platform in Delhi government schools will be used to find out how much the learning gap of students has increased during Covid. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur’s Startup Incubation and Innovation Center ‘AI Testified’ will run its pilot project in 10 government schools in Delhi. AI Testified of IIT Kanpur says that during Covid 19, the learning gap of students of government schools has increased compared to students of private schools. Taking a solution to this, this center has developed a testing platform for the school students, which will help them to know their strengths and weaknesses, subject and topic wise. This AI platform is based on the combined technology of both offline and online modes and gives students an opportunity to test themselves. The Directorate of Education of Delhi has decided to run its pilot project in 10 Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalayas (RPVV) and has asked all the principals to prepare for it.
Regarding this project, AI Testified of IIT Kanpur had written a letter to Himanshu Gupta, Director of Education, Delhi, seeking help to run it in 10 schools of Delhi. The Director of Education has issued a circular allowing the heads of all 10 schools to run this project. This pilot project will be run in Dwarka Sector 10, Rohini Sector 21, Gandhi Nagar, Dwarka Sector 5, Dwarka Sector 19, Narela Pocket 5, Kishanganj, Gautampuri, Nand Nagri Block D and Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya in Civil Lines.
The AI Testified team is currently running this platform in some private schools across the country. The team says that with the help of experts from IIT Kanpur, they are providing solutions to bridge the learning gap not only in India, but also in private sector schools in Singapore and Sri Lanka. Now the team wants to help government schools.
AI Testified CMD M.K. Yadav says, we conducted a survey among school children, in which it was found that the learning gap during Covid has increased more among children studying in government schools than children studying in private schools. The main reason for this is that the same approach of teaching and testing in schools is adopted for every child, while the learning pattern of every child is different. Also, less attention is paid to their analytical learning. To find out about this serious problem, we took India’s top engineers, data scientists and mentors on a board and developed India’s first artificial intelligence based testing platform for school children. With the help of this, children will come to know about their weaknesses and strengths according to their subject and topic and accordingly they will be able to give their test papers and gradually grow ready.
This project is going on in some schools of Delhi (file photo)