Check out DIKSHA's website here: https://diksha.gov.in/ or download DIKSHA's mobile app from the Google Playstore

Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing (DIKSHA) is a national platform for school education, an initiative of National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT), Ministry of Education. It was launched in 2017, and has been adopted by all 36 states and UTs of India.

Each state/UT leverages the DIKSHA platform in its own way, as it has the freedom and choice to use the varied capabilities and solutions of the platform to design and run programs for their teachers and learners. DIKSHA policies and tools make it possible for the education ecosystem (educationist, experts, organisations, institutions - government, autonomous institutions, non-govt and private organisations) to participate, contribute and leverage a common platform to achieve learning goals at scale for the country.

DIKSHA is accessed by learners and teachers across India. The platform 30+ languages and hosts contents of NCERT and various boards like CBSE and SCERTs. The platform is specially developed to support inclusive learning for underserved and differently-abled learners. In the context of COVID-19 related disruption of schooling, DIKSHA makes it possible for all states/UTs to enable learning/education at home through innovative state programs; hence leapfrogging the use of technology for the benefit of teachers and learners across India.

DIKSHA current usage (as of 27th Dec 2021)

  1. Learning sessions(activities) taken by learners - 4 billion and counting...

  2. Total usage minutes - 51 billion and counting...

  3. Daily Active Users - 700 k

  4. Monthly Active users - 8 million

To experience DIKSHA, check out DIKSHA's website here - https://diksha.gov.in/ or download DIKSHA's mobile app from Google's Playstore.

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