Government Schools In Assam, India Get AI-Based Attendance Management System – OpenGov Asia

                        
                
                
                
                
            A “Mini Ratna (Class-I)” central public sector enterprise (CPSE) has launched a synthetic intelligence (AI)-based attendance system for presidency colleges throughout Assam. 48,000 authorities colleges in Assam will profit from the know-how, a news report knowledgeable.

In a press release, the CPSE famous that, in 4 months, it accomplished deploying an AI-based identification system for capturing attendance and administration of the SDMIS (pupil database administration info system) for presidency colleges in Assam. The system covers 48,000 colleges in all 33 districts. The organisation has configured, customised, and deployed the AI-based identification system to document attendance throughout all elementary, secondary, and better secondary colleges, it added.

The full challenge worth is IN₹19.20 crores (US$2.6 million), out of which IN₹12 crores (US$1.6 million) is a one-time price being launched submit completion of the challenge. The upkeep price for the challenge is IN₹3.96 crores (US$542,626) per yr, with a scope of AMC for 2 years within the present scope of labor. Together with offering the AI-based answer to colleges in Assam, the CPSE can be offering end-user coaching for the graceful implementation of the challenge. It may well additionally present numerous technology-based companies like AI-based cloud platform options for sensible school rooms and studying administration methods, and many others.

Officers defined that with the pandemic quickly altering the world, all vital sectors like well being and schooling are leaning in direction of cutting-edge digital applied sciences to adapt to the brand new regular. Final month, the federal government launched a digital faculty idea that may enable hundreds of thousands of eligible college students exterior the varsity system to finish their research with out having to bodily attend.

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