Edu-Tech-Startup Unveils EkShiksha Scheme

Education-technology start-up, ConnectEd Technologies creates hyper-scalable, rural-focused solutions, launched a campaign, named ‘EkShiksha’ jointly with the state education department.

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The campaign aims at uniting socially-responsible corporates, NGOs, school managements and grass-root level educators to eliminate the educational inequity and provide world-class education to children studying in rural schools across the state.

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According to the statement issued by startup , under this campaign, rural schools will be equipped with ’smart classrooms’ by ConnectEd Technologies, which is a robust, solar-powered, teacher-aid product that works flawlessly in demanding rural conditions and enables educators to easily integrate tailor-made multimedia educational content into conventional teaching practices, thereby improving learning environment and academic performance in rural classrooms.

The campaign also marked inauguration of ConnectEd Technologies’ maiden project in the Palghar near Mumbai, which is the model of development to be followed by the ‘EkShiksha’ initiative.

Initially ‘EkShiksha’ will focus on enhancing educational infrastructure in some of the most densely populated government, government-aided and tribal welfare schools across every district in Maharashtra; followed by digitization of education delivery across all schools in the state.

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The campaign primarily focuses on densely populated schools as these are institutions with the most urgent requirement for education-technology solutions that promise improvement in teaching outcomes.

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