THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The IT@School project has come up with a Resource Portal and Youtube channel to help with the preparations of the SSLC Examination for 4.50 lakh students in the state.
A press statement here said that resource portal of IT@School Project www.resource.itschool.gov.in had been packed with contents of Science, Social Science and Mathematics for benefiting students appearing for the SSLC examination commencing next month.
The portal has been designed to enable the students to learn difficult portions of their subject through easy interactive animations and would also enable the students to conduct various experiments themselves. Apart from interactive animations, the portal has also incorporated several Java applets and free software content, including Videos, Graphs, Pictures etc. Executive Director of IT@School Project K Anvar Sadath, said in the press note that in addition to the online access of contents in the Portal, its design also enabled offline access to every content, facilitating the students to download the required contents and use them whenever they want, without the need for having internet all the time.
The Project has also taken a dedicated YouTube channel www.youtube.com/itsvicters which currently is packed with the entire episodes of SSLC Orukkam 2012 - the exam preparatory program for Std X students, being aired in IT@School ViCTERS educational channel. The channel includes specific programs on all subjects of Std X including language subjects. The SSLC Orukkam programme includes sessions on how the students could prepare for the exam, easier methods or short-cuts for each subjects, specific points to be remembered, review of yesteryear’s question papers and probable questions for this year.
SSLC Orukkam is currently aired in ViCTERS channel every day morning at 6.30 a.m. & 11.30 a.m, at noon at 1.30 p.m. and in evenings at 5.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Students could also view Live Telecast of SSLC Orukkam in ViCTERS channel through internet via www.victers.itschool.gov.in . IT@School Project has also made arrangements in its You Tube channel for students to make round-the clock subject vise selection of contents, the press release said.