The power of digital education is coming to 1100 schools in Mumbai, thanks to a partnership between the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai and Ashraya, a digital learning initiative founded by Satish Jha.
Synopsis of the Story
The Municipal Corporation of Mumbai has partnered with Ashraya to bring a revolutionary Digital Learning Ecosystem to 1100 schools, providing access to personalized learning opportunities for thousands of students. The initiative has seen the transformative power of a comprehensive digital learning ecosystem in improving learning outcomes. This partnership is a crucial step in equipping students with the skills they need to succeed in the digital age.
By Rusen Kumar
MUMBAI: The Municipal Corporation of Mumbai (BMC) partnered with Ashraya, a digital learning initiative founded by Satish Jha, to deploy a comprehensive Digital Learning Ecosystem in 1100 schools across the city. This marks the first initiative of its kind in the region at this scale, and will provide access to transformative learning opportunities for over 500,000 students in Mumbai.
“We are thrilled to be working with the BMC to bring our Digital Learning Ecosystem to so many students in Mumbai,” said Satish Jha, founder of Ashraya. “Based on our experience with 9000 students across 27 schools in 7 states, we have seen the incredible impact that a comprehensive digital learning ecosystem can have on learning outcomes. We are confident that this partnership will help to improve educational opportunities for students in Mumbai.”
The Digital Learning Ecosystem developed by Ashraya incorporates a range of tools and technologies, including personalized learning platforms, data analytics, and adaptive assessments, to provide students with a personalized learning experience that is tailored to their individual needs and goals.
“Investing in a comprehensive digital learning ecosystem is crucial for the future of education,” said Satish Jha. “At a time when technology is transforming every aspect of our lives, it is essential that we provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the digital age. We are grateful to Ashraya for their partnership and support in helping us to achieve this goal.”
So far, Satish Jha and his family have fully funded Ashraya’s program in the 27 schools in which it has been implemented. The 1100 schools awarded by BMC will require significantly more support in order to fully realize the potential of the Digital Learning Ecosystem. Ashraya will be working closely with BMC and other partners to secure the necessary funding through various benefactors, avenues, and CSR programs.
“This partnership is an exciting opportunity for us to work together to improve educational outcomes for students in Mumbai,” further added Satish Jha. “We are confident that the Digital Learning Ecosystem developed by Ashraya will have a profound impact on the learning experiences of students in our schools, and we look forward to working with Ashraya to make this a reality.”
With a proven track record of improving learning outcomes, the Digital Learning Ecosystem is set to revolutionize education in Mumbai.
Ashraya, a digital learning initiative, has discovered the true cost of transforming learning outcomes: a mere Rs 75000 per child over 5 years. This investment in a comprehensive digital learning ecosystem has been proven to show tangible results, and Ashraya is excited to bring this opportunity to students in Mumbai through its partnership with the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai. People can join in supporting the future of education and the power of digital learning so that it can be replicated.
Mumbai Schools To Benefit From Digital Learning Ecosystem
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