Education should not be a privilege but a right to everyone. However, it would only matter in the cause of progress and economic development if the education is qualitative. It does not make any sense to teach the students, the detailed working of Black and white TV in the era of LED and smart TVs.
With the globalization wave hitting the businesses in India, the organizations call for employees that are well versed with various technologies. In such a scenario, it becomes difficult for individuals with basic education secure a job in such competitive market. This increases the unemployment in the country.
It is important to assure qualitative education and keep the students updated from very beginning, in order to prepare them for the real world. Taking an initiative towards the cause, LANXESS India Private Limited, supported five schools in Jhagadia with interactive e-learning tools in a major push for quality education infrastructure.
The company took strong steps to integrate technology into the education system and supported the digital classroom initiative by installing interactive e-learning tools in five schools in Jhagadia namely – Fulwadi Primary school, Kapalsadi Primary school, Kapalsadi government secondary school, Selod Primary school and St.Xavier’s High school, Gujarati.
The e-learning tools will help in familiarizing students with the technological advances in education that the students from urban regions enjoy. These tools have pre-loaded content for students that is mapped with the education board. They are loaded with virtual activities like 2D and 3D graphics, voice overs and interactive content among others and help the students as well as the teachers in explaining and understanding basic concepts.
“Quality education in every sense plays a significant role in achieving sustainable economic development and no country can secure economic and social progress without substantial investment in education,” said Utpal Kachchhi, head – Site Infrastructure. “It becomes our natural responsibility to ensure that we work towards conducting initiatives that can facilitate the growth of education which will definitely bring positive and meaningful change in the lives of the people in Jhagadia and surrounding areas.” Kachchhi added.
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The CSR Journal Team