Students from pre-primary to Class XII can now access their study materials with a single click thanks to the app. Students found the app to be the most useful in the state education department’s digital outreach efforts over the last year, which included a variety of media, including TV, radio, WhatsApp, Google Classroom, and YouTube.
With 40.9 million users, 3.47 billion sessions, 34.76 billion page views, and over 24 lakh downloads, the app now has a 4.4 out of 5 star rating. It is also being used by students from other states and UTs such as New Delhi and Chandigarh, as well as students from the states of Haryana and Telangana as well as the UP and Rajasthan as well as Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra.
The ‘Punjab Educare App’ was initially developed by a group of school teachers from Jalandhar, Punjab, who had no IT background or specialist backing but instead relied solely on their passion and indigenous ideas.
The app is a one-stop-shop for all of your study material accessibility issues. You’ll find everything from textbooks to audio/video courses to daily homework on all topics here. It is an easy-to-use programme that eliminates the fear of misplacing daily study materials provided by the education department. Teachers and students can use it as a supplementary resource. They can get their hands on everything they need for a variety of competitive exams like NTSE, NMMS, and PSTSE without having to deal with cumbersome textbooks or audio/video lessons. With this tool, students and teachers can review any topic at any time.
In addition, new features are always being introduced to meet the changing needs of the market. Secretary of School Education Krishan Kumar indicated that new software with more user-friendly features is on the horizon. To make the app more student-centred and participatory, a team of dedicated computer teachers with expertise in such distinct areas has been working hard to develop new features,” he said. Teachers’ Station, Students’ Corner, Word of the Day, and ‘Udaan’ are all part of it.
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An Overview of the App
This software, Punjab Educare, aims to educate users about the Punjabi language. A team from Punjab’s Department of Education has put together all the study materials for free.
For students and instructors at government schools in Punjab, the Punjab School Education Department has created this excellent tool.
When the Covid-19 epidemic forced a lockdown at the university, this app was a one-stop solution to the problem of access to study materials. This app was created by the Education Department’s devoted team to solve this issue. The app offers a wide range of educational resources, such as textbooks, videos, and even daily content.
It Has a Lot of Cool Features
- User-friendly interface: The study material for major subjects from Nur. to 10+2 grades has been structured methodically, making navigation on this app quite easy.
- It’s updated every day:
- The software eliminates the fear of losing important educational material that the government provides daily. Daily, this software gets new features.
- Reduces the amount of time spent:
- Having quick and easy access to well-organized study materials is a time saver. It helps teachers be more effective, but it also keeps parents informed about their children’s academic progress.
The app was produced by the teachers in the department, updated daily by the teachers in the department, and the instructors’ ideas were also taken into consideration when developing the app. Who better knows the needs of pupils than teachers?
‘Punjab Educare’, a repository of all study materials, will shortly be launched by the government. The app will include textbooks, video lessons, and daily assignments for all of the subject areas.
‘Punjab Educare’, a repository of all study materials, will shortly be launched by the government. For pupils in government schools, textbooks, video courses, and assignments are all readily available online from pre-primary to class XII.
Students in Punjab’s government schools, from pre-primary to XII, will now be able to access study materials online.
Schools have been forced to close because of the pandemic, and the only alternative is online learning.
The Punjab Educare app is being developed by the state’s education department, following the introduction of virtual classrooms via various TV/radio stations, YouTube, WhatsApp, Skype/Zoom, etc.
If you can’t get your hands on a textbook, this app is your answer. All disciplines will have daily tasks, video tutorials, and textbooks organised methodically. To alleviate student anxiety over the everyday loss of essential study materials provided by the education department, this project was launched.