ThinkerPlace, an EdTech company goes national on JioTv in collaboration with Padhega Bharat


Pune, October 11, 2022: Education in India is evolving in leaps and bounds. With several technologies having made their way into our lives, numerous EdTech platforms and companies have been able to make significant contributions in this field. One such company that cannot go unnoticed is ‘ThinkerPlace’, an Ed-Tech company that provides end- to-end learning solutions for children across India through the introduction of S.T.E.M [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics]-based Educational DIY toys. Recently ThinkerPlace has successfully achieved to go national on JioTv in collaboration with Padhega Bharat. The aim is to create more awareness about S.T.E.M learning, its advantages, and the bright future it holds for future generations. 

Since JioTV set-top boxes are spread across 50 lakh Indian households and along with the collaboration with Padhega Bharat, children can now learn futuristic and high-tech concepts like robotics, automation, coding, artificial intelligence, and much more right from their homes. They can easily learn these concepts with ThinkerPlace’s Educational STEM DIY Toys. 

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“We believe that every child should have the access to learn new and interesting concepts. Learning should be fun and with ThinkerPlace’s S.T.E.M DIY toys children can learn to make their own revolutionary gadgets from the comfort of their homes. From the age of 3 all the way to 12, through ThinkerPlace’s S..T.E.M DIY toys, children get a hands-on learning  in these futuristic skills, says Deepti Sharma, Director ThinkerPlace”. 

With the help of advanced technology, viewers can scan the QR code from the TV screens and can get direct access to a wide range of innovative courses like robotics, automation, coding, artificial intelligence, and much more. 

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