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<em>&ldquo;In recent times, several major announcements were made for developing the poor state of affairs in education sector in India, the most notable ones being the National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP) of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. The announcements are; (a) To progressively increase expenditure on education to around 6 percent of GDP. (b) To support this increase in expenditure on education, and to increase the quality of education, there would be an imposition of an education cess over all central government taxes. (c) To ensure that no one is denied of education due to economic backwardness and poverty. (d) To make right to education a fundamental right for all children in the age group 6&ndash;14 years. (e) To universalize education through its flagship programmes such as Sarva Siksha Abhiyan and Mid Day Meal.&rdquo;</em> (<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_india">Wikipedia: Education in India</a>) 
 
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Kerala was also the first state in the country to introduce Information Technology as a subject of study at the High School level. It was started in class 8 with the textbook introducing Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. But within one year the government was forced to include Free Software also in the curriculum by protests from Free Software enthusiasts and a favorable stance taken by a school teachers association that had the majority of government teachers as its members. Eventually, from the year 2007, only GNU/Linux was taught in the schools, and all computers in schools had only GNU/Linux installed. At that time, perhaps even today, this was the largest installation of GNU/Linux in schools, and made headlines even in other countries. Every year, from 2007 onwards, about 500,000 children pass out of the schools learning the concepts behind Free Software and the GNU/Linux operating system and applications. The state is now moving towards IT Enabled Education. Eventually, IT will not be taught as a separate subject. Instead, all subjects will be taught with the help of IT so that the children will, on the one hand, learn IT skills and, on the other, make use of educational applications (such as those mentioned below) and resources in the Internet (such as textual material from sites like Wikipedia, images, animations and videos) to study their subjects and to do exercises. Teachers and students have already started using applications such as <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/project/drgeo/"> Dr. Geo</a>, <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeoGebra"> GeoGebra</a>, and <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KTechLab"> KtechLab</a> for studying geometry and electronics. Applications like <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/project/sunclock/"> Sunclock</a>, <a href="https://edu.kde.org/kalzium/"> Kalzium</a> and <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/project/ghemical/"> Ghemical</a> are also popular among teachers and students. 
 
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