Jaipur, 15th September. Higher education state minister Mr. Bhanwar Singh Bhati announced the results of the ‘Rajeev-2021 digital quizathon’ on Wednesday. He announced 75 students’ names for the first prize and 90 student names for the second prize.
He told that on the initiative of chief minister Mr. Ashok Ghalot on 1st September ‘information technology revolution and computer’, 3rd September ‘good governance from information technology revolution in local government’, on 6th September an online competition on the topic general knowledge and awareness was organized by the college education sector and information technology and communication sector.
In the competition, a total of 59 thousand 568 regular students from all government and private sector colleges, universities, polytechnic, engineering, and B.ed colleges were registered out of which 37 thousand 221 students took part in the competition. In the first quiz 12 thousand 843, in the second 10 thousand 273, and in the third quiz 14 thousand 102 students were seated.
Higher education minister told that from these three competitions’ best 25 selected students from each competition will be given a tablet as first prize and the next 30 students will be rewarded with a mobile phone as the second prize. Similarly on combining the three competitions a total of 75 students will be awarded for the first prize and 90 students for the second prize.
Mr Bhati told that in the first and the third quiz the first place was taken by girls. In the first quiz from the 25 winners, 16 were won by boys and 9 were won by girls. From the next 30 winners of this quiz, only 17 were boys and 13 were girls. He told that from the 25 winners of the second quiz 16 were won by boys and 9 were won by girls. In the next 30 winners of this quiz 22 were boys and 8 were girls. In the third quiz from the first 25 winners, 18 were boys and 7 were girls. The next 30 winners of this quiz 20 were boys and 10 were girls.
Similarly, the first 75 prize awards that were to be given in these 3 competitions of Quizthon 50 prizes were given to boys and 25 prizes were won by girls. In the next 90 winner’s 59 boys and 31 girls won the prizes.
Detailed information of the result uploaded on the department’s website.
Mr Bhati told that the detailed information of the result has been uploaded in circulars on the website of the college education sector. He told that the process of verification of the winner is going on from the department’s side. Soon organizing a program the winners will be awarded their prizes.
Due to the innovative steps of IT, the education system was able to be smooth in this covid era.
Higher education minister Mr Bhanwar Singh Bhati announcing the result said that taking innovative steps with the help of the information technology department kept the education system smooth even in these odd situations of the covid pandemic. A new record has been established by organizing online live classes through the medium of the ‘Gyaandoot’ program which has been seen more than 4lakh 36 thousand times.
Similarly for the help of students in competitive examinations programs like ‘Gyaansudh’ have been started which now has 3 lakh viewers and more than 30000 subscribers. Through the medium of IIIT quota, mute courses have also been started for developing job-oriented skill capacity in the youth, this now is joined by more than 20000 students.
For the help in the preparation of examination for assistant teacher a mock test series for testing your knowledge has also been started. Possibly Rajasthan is the first state to take a protocol of such type. All this information was only possible because of the technology revolution. He said that arrangements like work from home are also the result of the information technology revolution. Youths should not only be made aware of these revolutionary changes but also join them. in environments like these digital quizathon communicate new energy.
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