Bridging the digital gap through Digital Classrooms and Digital Education Solutions in underserved schools

What is the Social Issue we are solving?

The Covid 19 pandemic has pointed out to us, the huge digital divide in education in India and the learning loss that resulted because of that. While children from privileged schools soon shifted to online schooling, children from many low income families completely lost education during the lock down period and many even dropped out of schools eventually.

Who is the Solution For?


Under-served Community where this solution can be Deployed

Government Schools and Low-income schools

How is the Solution solving this social issue?

Digital solutions in schools help with accelerated learning for children. Personal digital equipment like tabs and low-cost laptops, loaded with education material (even in vernacular languages) help students with self study. The digital learning modules and progress can also be centrally monitored by the teachers. In this day of technology, where it is imperative for children from low income schools also to cope with technology for better careers and exposure, the digital solutions provide great support in this digital transformation for schools, teachers and children.

Sustainability of the Solution

The digital solutions can be used by schools for a very long time. The personal digital tabs can be used by the child till they complete education and can then pass it on to the next junior class.

Expected Outcome of the Solution

A level playing field is created for children from all socio-economic backgrounds to learn. This will result in level playing fields in the future in careers and jobs too.

Testimonial from Philanthropists

“I see the disparity when my son teaches me how to operate my phone and when I see children from low income families who do not know of the positive power of digital learning, internet etc. The digital solutions could be a great gamechanger for children in Government schools and their families to have a great future and careers.”