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Smart classrooms, digitisation have given a new life to government schools in the state

Kerala's state-run schools had been going through a bad phase since the 1990s. Indeed, things had become so bad that even teachers in government schools preferred to send their own wards to private, English medium schools. With the falling numbers, several government and aided schools in the state

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