Schoolnet and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan join hands to enhance the digital capabilities of schools across the Delhi region

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New Delhi, November 30, 2021: Schoolnet India Ltd, a unique and leading edtech company that provides digital and digitally-led education services to schools and students, today announced its partnership with the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan in Delhi region. Schoolnet will assist Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan’s schools in Delhi, to build and enhance their digital capabilities, through an integrated in-school and after-school solution, through technology-centric solutions that will improve the quality and outcome of education imparted to their students. Through the partnership, Schoolnet will impact more than 50,000 students across Delhi region.

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Playing an integral part in the digitalization of the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan schools is Geno, which is a proprietary tool by Schoolnet that offers curated learning content mapped chapter-wise to the NCERT textbooks, for students in grades 6 to 10. With this, students can enjoy a unique experience through self-paced learning, AI-guided learning, and teacher-led learning.

In addition to Geno, students from grades 8 to 10 will have access to Career Path- a career counseling platform. With this, they will avail expert guidance in order to gain clarity on the opportunities available to them, and prepare for their chosen streams. Through the partnership, Schoolnet is hopeful of providing students with a means to focus their efforts towards clear career goals.

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. RCM Reddy, MD & CEO, Schoolnet said, “Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan shares a similar vision as Schoolnet in promoting the digitalization of learning, through access to new technologies. Our partnership is a step towards achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal No 4, which focuses on improving quality and access to education and employability. Our products have been developed keeping this in mind, and we are constantly striving to harness technology in democratizing education.”

Adding his thoughts, Mr. Nagendra Goyal, Deputy CommissionerKendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,

Delhi Region said, “Across sectors, we have seen the power of technology in terms of driving a positive change. Similarly, awe is confident that Schoolnet’s solutions will have a positive impact and champion change among our students. Digital learning is very important in today’s highly digitalized world, and by taking our first steps towards this, we look forward to many more such innovations in learning.”

At the end of each term, Schoolnet will conduct baseline and endline assessments in order to measure the impact and learning outcomes of the implemented solutions.

About Schoolnet: Schoolnet India Ltd (www.schoolnetindia.com) is one of India’s leading, largest, and oldest EdTech service providers in India, with a presence in 40,000 schools and 15 million learners. Schoolnet is providing digital and digitally-enabled services to K-12 schools and students in the Middle and Bottom of the Pyramid (MBOP). Schoolnet owns 80% of Learnet Skills (www.learnetskills.com), a market leader in the Indian skill development sector, and has recently incubated a new entity, named GoodWorker (www.goodworker.in), in partnership with Temasek-owned Affinidi and Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, to provide AI-enabled job matching for blue-collar workers and potential employers.

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