Electronic content prepared in strict accordance with the curriculum and textbooks prescribed by the Nagaland Board of School Education
Kohima, June 10 (EMN): In-state students under the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) studying in grades 9-12 can now learn from a free digital learning app through the Bright online learning platform Tutee, in which the electronic content has been prepared in strict accordance with the curriculum and textbooks prescribed by the NBSE.
The app, Bright Tutee, developed by New Delhi-based Clixa Technology Pvt. Ltd., offers online learning in math, science, social studies, English and alternative English for grades 9 and 10, NBSE President Asano Sekhose informed Thursday of all heads of establishments registered.
Meanwhile, the app also offers online learning in English, Alternative English, History, Political Science, Education and Sociology for grades 11 and 12 and is offered free until August 15, 2021.
The app provides comprehensive digital learning content with learning and assessment content by chapter and subject, in addition to exam preparation content. It can also be used by teachers for review and remedial purposes.
He mentioned that the free online digital learning application can be accessed either on Android mobile phone/tablet or on desktop/laptop and in this regard anyone can get free online subscription. via mobile/tablet (Android app) or laptop/desktop (web browser). ) by following these steps:
*Step 1: Download the Bright Tutee app from Google Play Store or visit www.brighttutee.com
*2nd step: Register on the platform with your mobile number by following the instructions on the screen.
*Step 3: Select your council (Nagaland council). Class (IX to XII) and Medium (English).
*Step 4: In the menu, go to “Redeem code” and click on the “I have a voucher code” button to apply the following voucher code to activate your free subscriptions with the voucher code: BTGNBSE2021
The council urged school leaders to disseminate them to students and teachers for the benefit of the learning community. “It can be noted that this learning application, if accessible by teachers, will greatly help the learning process of classroom teaching,” he said.
Further, he informed that if anyone has any issues, students/teachers can contact: +919319552211 or [email protected]
It should be recalled that the School Education Directorate announced on June 4 an online career test designed to help students in grades 9 to 12, offered by M / s Indismart Digital Pvt. ltd. called EduGuy Career Predictive Test (ECPT) and offered free to students in Nagaland.