Imparting education to the underprivileged through digital means
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Imparting education to the underprivileged through digital means

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Sudipta Mandal, a class V student from Jnyanodamoyee High School shares her experience, “The audio -video presentation has been a first time experience for me. The subject becomes so easy to follow when presented on a large screen. Since the inception of English Lab, I have improved my vocabulary and grammatical sense. It has also helped me a lot in using a computer device”. Sudipta is one of the beneficiaries of mjunction’s flagship School Integration Programme (SIP) and English Lab for the past few months.

Through the activities of mjunction under the Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), various district schools have been reaping the benefits for its students.

With an aim to impart digital literacy to the underprivileged sections of the society, mjunction launched their flagship School Integration Programme (SIP) back in 2015. The programme has been specifically designed for implementation at the grass-root level, targeting those areas where resource and infrastructure is scarce.

The programme is in line with the Central Government’s mission of skilling 40 crore people by 2022. The employment of skilled labour force will make India a “Human Resource Capital”.

mjunction services limited, a b2b e-Commerce company, has been providing educational opportunities to the underprivileged sections of society. The CSR activities are mainly done via SIP (School Integration Program) and English Lab with the help of ejunction, a trust promoted by mjunction.

mjunction CEO Mr.Vinaya Varma shared, “We have a comprehensive CSR policy which focus on the betterment of the marginalized society. We are providing digital literacy at the grassroot level to achieve outstanding results in the future. Our main goal is to provide quality education through digital means and formulate a process where the child is learning the subject as well as getting exposed to technology.”

Rameshwarpur High School, Jnyanodamoyee High School and JhowkhaliHaat High School in the Kakdwip area had computer facilities that were non-functional. Through, SIP these facilities were renewed and infrastructure support like computer and projection devices were made available. A total number of 5000 students have been trained in computer science since the inception of school integration program (SIP).

Jhowkhali Haat High School Principal Alokesh Chawla said, “SIP introduced the students to computer learning in a structured manner. We have added computer studies in the regular curriculum with both theory and practical classes. The English Lab program has reduced the fear of English among the students. We are witnessing improvement in pronunciation of English words. The audio-video presentation has introduced the concept of joyful learning for the first time in our school”.

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