ePathsala. Image credit - Twitter

In order to encourage the teachers to go for e-learning, the Directorate of Higher Education, Nagaland has taken initiative to popularize the new app – ePathsala – among both the teachers and students of the State.

The Directorate of Higher Education, Nagaland on its Twitter handle on Tuesday stated that the ePathshala app provides various assistance to the teachers as well.

They can access eTextbooks; teaching instructions; learning outcomes; periodicals and journals; curricular resources and eResources.

Through the ePathsala app, developed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), the teachers can access digital textbooks for all classes, eTextbooks to help children achieve expected learning outcomes, learning outcomes.

Besides, the teachers also can access policy documents, reports of committees, NCFs, syllabus and other resources to support the children learning curricular eResources, access teaching instructions and source books.

Through the ePathsala, the teachers also can access teaching instructions, access and contribute to periodicals and journals.

The teachers also can access audios, videos, interactives, images, maps, question banks, etc. through ePathsala.

To know more about the ePathsala app, the Directorate of Higher Education, Nagaland, has urged the teachers of the State to go to www.Epathshala.nicin.

The ePathshala portal was launched in November 2015.

Apart from teachers, e-PathshalaI also hosts educational resources for students, parents, researchers and educators, which is available on Web, Android, IOS and windows and app platforms.

The resources of ePathsala are available in English, Hindi and Urdu languages.

The students also can get access to all educational materials, including textbooks, audio, video, periodicals and a variety of other print and non-print materials through ePathshala.

The e-learning materials can be downloaded by the users for offline use with no limits on downloads.


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