Lately, online classes are being used a lot in Nepal. Students are studying online when schools and colleges are closed due to the Corona epidemic. In such a situation, the importance of digital education is seen.
The use of technology has not stopped student learning even when the epidemic has closed schools and colleges. As it is a new experience, it has become a bit uncomfortable. Although online education was not given much importance before the Corona epidemic, it is being given importance after the epidemic.
But there are still some problems in online classrooms due to connectivity problems in villages. However, the Corona epidemic has played an important role in advancing digital education.
Seeing the need for digital education in Nepal as well, in 2018, the NIMA Academy Education Foundation launched the digital learning platform NIMA Academy. According to the syllabus of the Curriculum Development Center, courses from classes 1 to 10 are kept in Nima Academy.
Can be used from the Nima Academy website and app. It can also be read offline by downloading the contents of the app while on the Internet. Neha Joshi, COO of the company, said that it is easy for the students to understand as the course is designed through both audio and video.
As digital learning has become a major need lately due to Covid 19 and lockdown, Joshi says Nima Academy will fill that gap.
On Saturday, NIMA Academy is celebrating its third anniversary. NIMA aims to provide internationally recognized courses for Nepali students by 2022.