Web Portal launched By NCERT to Supply Books Online to Schools and Individuals

admin August 10, 2017 Categories: Books in News| Daily Current Affairs 2017| National Current Affairs
NCERT online web portal

Union Government’s organisation NCERT has started a web portal to supply their textbooks online to schools and individuals. Using the NCERT web portal schools, individual buyers will be able to place the order for books online. Ordered books will be delivered at their provided address. This new facility will really be helpful to eliminate the shortage of books in the schools and in the markets. It will also increase in transparency in the availability of NCERT textbooks to students as many parents complaints that books are not provided to children after they are released by the government. Now they themselves can login on the NCERT web portal and will be able to order the books and can get at their doorstep.

It will help parents to save their money also which they have to pay to private publishers due to non availability of NCERT Books.

Important key facts of NCERT web Portal:

How it will help schools to order Books?

The distribution of books through NCERT web portal will be started for the session 2018-2019 for schools. The schools first need to login to the web portal of NCERT and then they have to enter some details like Board to which they are affiliated, affiliation number and and other details.

Moreover schools can also buy books directly from the nearest NCERT vendor or from NCERT regional centres which are located at Guwahati, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Ahmadabad.

To make their services more better, NCERT department is also looking to consult online vendors like Amazon and Flipkart.

NCERT:

NCERT is an organization working under government of India and was started in 1961. It assists and provide advice to States and Union Government to introduce various policies to improve education level in India.

Majorly its objectives are to promote, undertake and conduct research for the improvement of education in schools. It also acts as an bilateral cultural exchange implementation agency with other countries in the field of education.

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