The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 brings about constructive changes in the Indian education sector. To keep up with these changes, schools must embrace the use of a Learning Management System (LMS). An LMS can help teachers create lesson plans and provide accurate teaching materials. With a different curriculum for each class across various educational boards, a digital learning system can aid in managing a school’s syllabus and educational materials.
LMS comes equipped with tools such as lesson planners and lesson builders that help faculty create lesson plans for different classes. They can track which topics they will teach for each class and access lesson videos that can aid in teaching. Teachers can also create their own videos to teach complex topics, which students can understand better through visual representations.
For schools that follow the CBSE or NCERT syllabus, a digital learning system can be customized to accommodate the school’s specific curriculum. The curriculum planner can aid teachers in curating lessons, making the teaching process enjoyable and easy.
Moreover, having a digital school management system simplifies tasks like admission and fee management. The school administration can accept and shortlist applications, complete admission processes, and notify parents of pending fee payments through the platform. Keeping track of various fee collections for multiple activities can become challenging, but a digital platform can help keep records.
A digital learning and school management system not only prepares schools for the changes brought about by NEP 2020 but also makes teaching and learning more enjoyable and interesting.