Accelerate ‘Learning Outcomes’, by effectively using Technology to Leverage Conventional Teaching
The Nalanda Project was incubated and mainly support by R.G.Manudhane Foundation for Excellence. It has two verticals :
Solution - An In-classroom, offline, technology intervention that empowers students to take charge of their learning and
allows teachers, in low income schools, to efficiently deliver classroom instruction through blended pedagogy.
Advisory - Work with state governments and system integrators by providing support to execute pilot ed-tech projects
and scaling edtech initiatives..
Growth metric table
|Budget (in crores)||4.6||4.6||6|
|No. of beneficiaries - students, teachers (cumulative)||10,000, 140||15,700, 210||25,000, 270|
Vivek Ragavan, Advisory Council of the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University and as a trustee of the Motivation for Excellence (MFE) Initiative. Vivek received his B.Sc. in electrical engineering from Northwestern University, his M.Sc. in electrical engineering from Cornell University and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay area.
Supported by CSF since