India’s first Digital school in village

Posted by Abhishek Dubey
July 15, 2017

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Muskaan is a youth driven non- profit organization working to ensure educational, emotional and financial support to the children living in slums and orphanage. Muskaan registered as a non – profit in 2014, muskaan reaches out to over 300+ children in 5 centre across 3 cities (Gwalior – Bhopal – Indore) in India, through a highly efficient 250+ strong volunteers network. Volunteers commit a year and spend time between 3 to 5 hours every week mentoring, teaching and interacting with these children in order to ensure they get the support and care they need during childhood.

Digital school On account of the 3rd Anniversary of Muskaan Foundation,  we introduce to you our very first Digital School in a village CHINOR near Gwalior. Digitalised from scratch, we have restructured a government school and equipped it with state of the art facilities which will provide the students a futuristic, conducive and fun environment to learn and grow in.

School inaugurated by  Mr.  Narendra Singh Tomar,  the Central Minister of Panchayti Raj and Rural Development, Mr. Gauri Shankar bisen ( Cabinet Minister in MP) Mr. Daulat singh Chauhan ( MD, ITM) Mr. Neeraj singh (IAS) CEO Zila panchayat.

Key points of school…

– E content from India’s best company Educomp.

– content with all the languages and videos.

– App for school attendance and child progress report.

– computers for children.

– science learning through wall art.

– small library for children.

– unique dining space for children.

– colourful infra structure.

– Interior plants in all the classrooms adopted by each child.

– Drinking water and Toilets.

– School kit for all children.

– software for tracking teacher work and classes He/she take per day.

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