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Tripura govt to introduce e-attendance in Govt. schools to improve quality of teaching

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Agartala, May 9: The Tripura government will soon introduce the e-attendance system for teachers and students in all 4,912 government schools in the state.

“The entire process to cover the e-attendance system for teachers, students in all 4,912 government schools to be completed in a two-year time,” the official said.

The digital move, is being introduced under the Vidya Samiksha Kendra, would bring transparency in the entire academic system for better functioning of schools.


The Vidya Samiksha Kendra, which was first launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Gujarat in 2022, was envisioned by the Union Education Ministry as a “force multiplier” that would amplify the existing capabilities of people in the education system, enabling a transformative impact on the desired educational outcomes.

Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha, who also holds the Education Department, recently launched the state’s first Vidya Samiksha Kendra (VSK) in Agartala to help students fulfil their dreams through quality education, real-time monitoring, and support of Artificial Intelligence (AI).


The VSK will serve as an institutional framework designed to facilitate integrated and collaborative data analysis for informed decision-making in the field of education.

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