Kerala has become the first state in India to have high-tech classrooms in all of its public schools. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday declared the state public education sector completely digital via video conferencing. To reach this target, public education rejuvenation missions were implemented. For the smart classroom project, over 3 lakh digital equipment including laptops, projectors and webcams were distributed to 16030 schools. Currently, 42000 classrooms from grades 8 to 12 have been equipped with these high-tech facilities. The task was undertaken by the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education. The Chief Minister also announced that at least 1,83,440 teachers have been given special training to implement the mission for digitisation.