BYJUS ties up with NITI Aayog

BYJU’S ties up with NITI Aayog to provide Free Education to Children. According to both, they would provide children from 112 Aspirational districts of the country free access to BYJU’S high-quality and tech-driven learning programmes.

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Commenting on this Byju Raveendran, Founder and CEO, BYJU’S, said, “Through our Education for All programme, we have been empowering and impacting millions of children across the country, and by partnering with NITI Aayog, our efforts are being strengthened further. Education holds the key to driving society forward, and we believe that every child, irrespective of their socio-economic background, deserve to have access to quality education.  We are confident that with this partnership, children from underserved communities and locations will be empowered with tech-enabled learning and bring in positive systemic changes in the education ecosystem.”

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Also, these collaborations are said to include:

  1. BYJU’S Career-Plus programme, under Aakash+BYJU’S, will identify and provide high-quality test prep coaching to 3000 meritorious students of classes 11 and 12 who aspire to appear for NEET and JEE.
  2. A voluntary programme for children of school-going age, classes 6-12, who can opt-in to receive scholastic content from BYJU’S Learning App for 3 years, under its social impact initiative, Education for All.

Also, the project is said to envisage the establishment of a dedicated working group that will create a knowledge, innovation, and strategy support system. The team will also actively monitor and evaluate programme implementation to enable efficacy and ensure a better scope of delivery too.

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