Zeal among the youth for ‘Rajiv-2021 Digital Quizthon
About 13 thousand college students participated in the first phase and 10 thousand college students in the second phase.
More than 58 thousand students registered for all three competitions, final stage examination on 6th September.
Jaipur, 3rd September. The youth are showing good enthusiasm towards the state level ‘Rajiv-2021 Digital Quizthon’. It was started to remember Rajiv Gandhi; the former prime minister’s contribution to the younger generation and to make them aware of the development in the field of information technology. In its first phase, 10 thousand 273 college students participated in the online examination with a record 12 thousand 843 in the second phase on 3rd September. The final stage exam will be held on 6th September.
College Education Commissioner Shri Sandesh Nayak said that on the call of the Chief Minister, a digital quizthon was started on 20th August under the joint aegis of College Education Department and Information Technology and Communication Department.
Under this, online tests are being organized for the students studying in all the colleges, universities, polytechnics and engineering colleges of the state and private sector. More than 58 thousand students have been registered for this. The competition has three parts, out of which more than 16 thousand have registered for all the three competitions.
Shri Nayak informed that in the first phase, 12 thousand 843 students participated in the online test conducted on the basis of information technology. It is the record of all the online test competition conducted by the College Education Department so far.
In its second phase, 10 thousand 273 students appeared in the examination conducted on September 3. The topic was ‘Good Governance through Information Technology Innovations in Local Administration’. Its final phase will be organized on September 6. The subject will be general knowledge and current affairs. Around 25 thousand 381 students have registered for this.
Guidance – Three-tier system for problem-solving
He said that for this digital quizthon, students have to log in through their SSO ID and passwords have been sent to their e-mails and inboxes. During the online competition, the team of RKCL, DOIT and College Education Department is available. That is under a three-tier system for guidance and problem solving to the students.
Result on September 10, 165 participants will be rewarded
Commissioner Mr Sandesh Nayak informed that the results of the competitions organized in this digital quizthon will be declared on September 10. It is proposed to distribute the prizes to the winners on 15th September. He informed that the best 25 participants in each of the three competitions would be given first prize.