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About Discover GandhiThe Discover Gandhi is a joint initiative of the Ministry of HumaIsource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, and the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Discover Gandhi Portal and App is an open platform designed to bring together students, teachers, teacher educators, researchers, historians, and educationists. It provides opportunities to explore the life and deeds of Mahatma Gandhi, his philosophy, principles, and values in a contemporary context with the following objectives:
Explore Gandhi’s life and philosophy
Curate and disseminate resources on Gandhi
Encourage dialogue on Gandhi’s life, deeds, values, and beliefs
Enable interaction through online community
Promote peer learning through quizzes and other events
How To Take a Quiz? On DIKSHA Portal
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to take quiz on DIKSHA Portal.
Step-1: To Participate in ‘Discover Gandhi Quiz’, Visit the links given below
Select your Location and Submit. Your location details help us to suggest content that is useful to you. Is the location given correct? if not, select your correct location and click Submit
Step-3: Competition poster will open. Click on the arrow continuously which is available at the right side of the poster for an application form
Step-5: Fill the form and
Step-6: Take your quiz
On Discover Gandhi Portal
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to take a quiz on Discover Gandhi Portal.
Step-1: Go to the link
Step-2: Click on the Quiz menu and
Step-3: Take your quiz
On Discover Gandhi Mobile App
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to take a quiz on Discover Gandhi Mobile App,
Step-1: Download Discover Gandhi Mobile App
Step-2: Click on Quiz Link
Step-3: Take your quiz
The quiz will be open from 2nd October 2020 starting at 10.00 AM and will close on 1st November 2020 at midnight
About DIKSHA :
DIKSHA was developed based on the core principles of open architecture, open access, open licensing diversity, choice, and autonomy as outlined in the Strategy and Approach Paper for the National Teacher Platform released by the former Hon’ Minister for Human Resources Development Shri Prakash Javdekar in May 2017.
DIKSHA itself was launched by the Hon’ Vice President of India on Sept 5th, 2017, and has since been adopted by 35 states/UT’s across as well as CBSE and NCERT and by crores of learners and teachers.
DIKSHA is built on open source technology, made in India, and made for India, which incorporates internet-scale technologies and enables several use-cases and solutions for teaching and learning.
DIKSHA is built using MIT licensed open source technology called Sunbird, which is a digital infrastructure for learning and is designed to support multiple languages and solutions and offers over 100 microservices as building blocks for the development of platforms and solutions.