SEBA (Board of Secondary Education, Assam) launched two mobile applications – spoken English and legacy result data – on July 26.
The applications will help the students to download their mark sheets and certificates and also help them to learn the English language.
Assam education minister Ranoj Pegu said that with the help of these mobile applications students will be benefited to a large extent.
“From now onwards the students will be able to download their marks sheets, and pass certificates digitally at their homes without physically going to the office,” Pegu said.
He also said that the spoken English app will be helpful for the students in learning the English language which will be helpful for their future life.
The minister further mentioned that SEBA has been working on the development of an educational app like BYJU’s for the students which will be launched soon.
“To fulfil the needs of the students in schools and looking for the future days the education department is working for the infrastructure and connectivity in regards to the implementation of digital education,” Pegu added.
In the official launching programme advisor to the education department, Nani Gopal Mahanta said that the mobile applications will be helpful for the students of Assam.
In the programme SEBA chairman Ramesh Ch Jain, AHSEC chairman Rukma Gohain Baruah, secretary of secondary education Bharat Bhusan Dev Choudhary, secretary of elementary education Bijoya Choudhary, SEBA secretary Naranarayan Nath and SCERT director Nirada Devi among others were present.