Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized on Digital India while interacting with the beneficiaries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday (July 1) interacted with the beneficiaries of the DIKSHA scheme via video conferencing.
Diksha portal will enable, accelerate and amplify solutions in the realm of teacher education.
Digital India is the country's slogan of strength in the 21st century, said the Prime Minister.
The country is celebrating today the completion of six years of Digital India. "If there is a zeal for innovation, there is a passion for its quick adaptation in the country. This is why Digital India is India's resolution, the practice of Atmanirbhar Bharat. Digital India is the 21st century's slogan of India's strength," the Prime Minister said.
"Whether it is issuance of driving license, or birth certificate or payment of electricity bill, water bill, or income tax return, these can now be processed via Digital India platform faster and easier now...Even in villages, these things are being done through CSC centers," he added.
DIKSHA is an initiative that leverages existing highly scalable and flexible digital infrastructures while keeping teachers at the center.
Diksha portal will enable, accelerate and amplify solutions in the realm of teacher education. It will aid teachers to learn and train themselves for which assessment resources will be available. It will help teachers to create training content, profiles, in-class resources, assessment aids, news, and announcements and connect with the teacher community, the government portal said.
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