Computer Aided Learning Programme (CALP)

The Government has initiated the Computer Aided Learning Program as innovative activity under SSA in Upper Primary schools to inculcate use of computers as a tool of quality learning and ensuring that children can enjoy while learning their subjects with the state-of-art technology in IT sector.

CALP was initiated in Rajasthan in the year 2004-05 in 187 Upper Primary Schools. In the year 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 the programme was expanded in 589, 358 and 500 upper primary schools respectively. From the year 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13 CAL programme was expanded in 6676 schools under BOOT model. Further expansion in 544 schools was undertaken in 2015-16 . Till now total 8854 Upper Primary Schools have been covered under this program.

Important ICT programmes to enrich the CAL program being undertaken are- Teachers Training through Microsoft Information Technology Academy by MICROSOFT. From Dec. 2005 to Feb. 2016, total teachers trained under this initiative 54252.

    Quality Initiatives
  • Multimedia based e-content follow-up trainings of CAL school teachers on the basis of states' own child centric multimedia e-contents for Science, Mathematics and English for classes VI, VII and VIII. This e-content is being implemented in CALP schools.
  • Participation Certificate by REI partners for computer training to CALP schools teachers. 1154 teachers (April 15 to Feb 2016) from schools were trained under Microsoft Project Shiksha between April 15 to Feb 2016 on use of computers and E-content in teaching learning process
Designed & Developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC),Rajasthan. 
Nodal Officer - Shree Sarvottam Kumar Pareek (Programmer), Ph. No. - (0141) 2711964
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Last Updated :25/09/2017