The Government of India has taken huge initiatives in the direction of providing ‘education to all’ to accomplish the aspiration of inclusive growth. The central government has launched the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education at all levels of school education. One of the stated aims of the mission is to advance the enhanced use of digital technology in education through smart classrooms, digital boards, DTH channels and ICT labs. UN Sustainable Development Goal 4 is – Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning. Knowledge is the key that will allow other Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved. Access to quality education can help people break from the cycle of poverty.
Chhota Internet – A learning contributor
In today’s world, the influence of technology on learning is extensive. The inception of the Digital India Movement by the central government has embarked building of a tech-savvy rural India. Chhota Internet (CI for short) by Philanthrope, an NGO, is an innovative digital learning system geared towards delivering digital education in schools and colleges – in both, rural and urban areas. Through Chhota Internet, it is possible to provide a plethora of content like e-Books, audio & video-based lectures without the need of Internet, decreasing the burden of heavy data charges by offering unlimited free content access to rural users. This solution provides multiple low-cost smart classes, ICT Labs, self-learning platforms and various combination of the three at a very affordable cost.
While they necessitate uninterrupted internet services throughout the nation, we need to embrace solutions delivering quality educational content without over-reliance on the internet.
Philanthrope orients with this vision through their Chhota Internet platform and consequently supports the SDG-4. Implementation of the CI platform will help us transform the education delivery model in India, where there are over eleven lakh state-run schools. Their goal is to spread digital education through technology in six lakh Indian villages.
A triumph for all
They have abstracted innovative technology-based solutions; else, holistic development would have only remained a pipe dream. Support Chhota Internet for their purpose of creating a better tomorrow for more children. Foster a better future for India through your contributions.
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