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CSR Initiative Installed Smart Classrooms Across 10 Civic-Run Schools

Demo being given of the Smart Classroom
Demo being given of the Smart Classroom
Fortis Healthcare with its latest initiative empowered 10 civic-run schools in Mumbai with ‘Smart Classroom’ set-ups. This initiative is aimed at engancing the quality of education and improve students’ learning outcomes. The first smart classroom was inaugurated at Pandurang Vidyalay Mulund today amidst much excitement from students, teachers, and Fortis representatives.
Recognizing how advanced learning tools will boost the learning experience of school-going children, Fortis Healthcare established Smart Classrooms across Vani Vidyalaya School & Junior College (Mulund), Nutan Marathi Vidyalaya (Mulund), Mithagar Marg MPS School (Mulund), Dayanand Vedik Vidyalaya (Mulund), Smt. Nalinibai Gajanan Purandare High School (Mulund), Deendayal Upadhyay MPS School (Mulund), MPS CBSE Mithanagar School (Mulund), Pandurang Vidyalay (Mulund), Airoli Madhyamik Vidyalaya (Navi Mumbai) and SBM Padwal Vidyalay (Thane). The classrooms have been specifically designed to make the students’ learning process more engaging. Each Smart Classroom includes a Smartboard, Technical Toolkit, Large Screen Display Device, CPU, Speakers, and Whiteboard.
Talking about the initiative, Mr Manu Kapila, Head-Corporate Affairs, CSR and Asset Protection, Fortis Healthcare, said, “The implementation of Smart Classrooms and the integration of exploratory learning methodologies will better facilitate students’ learning process, while simultaneously enhancing their creativity and problem-solving capabilities. This endeavor holds the potential to shape a brighter future for all.”
Dr S. Narayani, Business Head, Fortis Hospitals Maharashtra, said, “The Smart Classroom initiative contributes to the enhancement of educational opportunities for students, while significantly bettering their learning journey.”
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