To beat COVID-19


Kohima: As schools in Nagaland remain closed after the state government ordered to close down all educational institutions in the state following the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic across the globe, the state’s educational system has been challenged to switch to online learning or digital learning for the state. In this regard, the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) made its initial move by introducing a digital learning app for Classes IX and X students to access free learning of two subjects— science and mathematics.

A DIPR update on Friday evening said: “The board would like to inform that Clixa Technology Pvt Ltd, New Delhi have developed a digital learning App 'BRIGHT TUTEE' for Nagaland students in the subjects, science and mathematics for Classes IX & X.” The content is in conformity with the syllabus and textbooks prescribed by NBSE.