Bhubaneswar, February 13, Abhijit Saha: The Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik has launched the awaited E-Vidyalaya program at the state capital Bhubaneswar. The Chief Secretary of Odisha J K Mohapatra, School and Mass Education Minister Rabi Narayan Nanda and some other important officials were also present in this launching event.
E-Vidyalaya is a school management software programme that can be implemented for all kinds of educational institutions all throughout the country. This is a multilingual software programme that offers various enhanced functionality and features in a user friendly interface. This system facilitates storing and retrieving information on schools and students.
This software system covers features such as managing admission, fees management, exam management, student profiles, attendance, progress, leave, payroll, inventory, financial accounting, email, certificate designer, ID Card printing, etc. It is further enhanced by latest technological features like biometric attendance, web interface for the parents, students and staff, SMS notification and content management.
The Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik talked to the students via video conferencing. This e-vidyalaya programme is planned to be implemented in at least 4000 high schools during the first phase and later on will be implemented to other 2000 high schools.
The state government will also set up Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Lab and Multimedia Internet Lab on this programme in these schools.