Nagaland launches free digital learning app for students of classes 9 to 12; here is step by step procedure for access
E-content prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus and textbooks prescribed Nagaland Board of School Education
Kohima, June 10 (EMN): Students from the state under the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) studying in class 9 till 12 can now learn from a free digital learning app through e-learning platform Bright Tutee, wherein e-content have been prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus and textbooks prescribed by NBSE.
The app, Bright Tutee, developed by New Delhi based Clixa Technology Pvt. Ltd., offers e-learning on Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, English and Alternative English for Classes 9 and 10, the Chairman of NBSE, Asano Sekhose informed all the heads of registered institutions on Thursday .
Meanwhile, the app also offers e-learning on English, Alternative English, History, Political Science, Education and Sociology subjects for classes 11 and 12 and is offered free till August 15, 2021.
The app provides a comprehensive digital learning content with chapter-wise, topic-wise learning and assessment content besides examination preparation content. It can also be used by teachers for revision and remedial purposes.
It informed that the free online digital learning app can be accessed either on Android mobile phone/tablet or desktop/laptop and in this regard, anyone can get free online subscription through mobile/tablet (Android App) or laptop/desktop computer (web browser) by following these steps:
*Step 1: Download Bright Tutee App from Google Play Store or visit www.brighttutee.com
*Step 2: Register yourself on the platform using your mobile number by following the on-screen instructions.
*Step 3: Select your Board (Nagaland Board). Class (IX to XII) and Medium (English).
*Step 4: In the Menu, GO to “Redeem Code” and click on “I Have Voucher Code” button to apply the following Voucher Code to activate your free subscriptions with the Voucher Code: BTGNBSE2021
The board urged the head of institutions to disseminate the same to students and teachers in the interest of the learning community. “It may be noted that this learning App, if accessed by the teachers, will greatly help in the classroom teaching learning process,” it stated.
Further it informed that if anyone faces any problems, students/ teachers can contact: +919319552211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may be recalled that the directorate of School Education had on June 4 notified about an online career test which is being designed to aid the students of classes 9 to 12, offered by M/s Indismart Digital Pvt. Ltd. called EduGuy Career Predictive Test (ECPT) and offered free of cost for the students of Nagaland.