National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has been planning to introduce video content in the textbooks. Although these video content by NCERT will be imposed on the books available online on the official website. Apart from text, NCERT has been imposing video content to make it more attractive for the students to grasp quickly from the book.
Although from the new session NCERT has carried out almost 1300+ changes in its textbooks for every class. Even with 2018, many of the State Boards have also started following the NCERT books. Check out more details regarding the video content in NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) to come up soon.
NCERT Books to go more detail with new Video Content
NCERT officials are all set to introduce video content to make it more for the student friendly. The proposal was already sent to the academic body named as Energised Textbooks. Under the same proposal, it has been mentioned that the higher classes will now have a video content like diagram, charts and data to explain the concepts in details.
Even the presentation regarding the video content of NCERT books online has been prepared by EkStep foundation. Although the National Council of Educational Research and Training officials yet to see the presentation. After the same, officials will take the decision whether it’s feasible or not to do so for the students.
Here how the students can access video content on NCERT Books
As far as the video content of National Council of Educational Research and Training online books working is considered, all the chapter in the books will have a QR code. These QR codes will help the student to get through the video content of the text and make it easy for them to understand the same. The students just have to scan the QR code from their smartphones or tab.
Adding further to the NCERT video content in books, some professors even found that video-based content is not that much effective as the personal interaction of Students and teachers. Also it an expensive learning process as students must be given as access to smartphones or tab.
Although yet the decision has been pending from the National Council of Educational Research and Training for the digitisation of the textbooks into video content.
Source: The Telegraph