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No Child Should be Left Behind..!!!

Suchandra Gyanjyothi: Ideated by Suchandra Technologies Pvt ltd registered as a non-profit organization. Currently, the Organization is working on a Project Mission Ekalavya it striving to ensure that even the most vulnerable child can get educated 

MISSION EKALAVYA 

Ekalavya Kiosk aims to build a next-generation smart education system through an E-learning system, where rural & underprivileged students, children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labor, children of poorest of the parents, children inflicted and affected with the disease, street and runaway children, children with rare disabilities, disaster struck children and slum children would be more focused for future betterment along with fun and entertainment, the sole aim is to build Atmanirbhar Bharat with next-generation learning platforms with Ekalavya Kiosk. The Novel Solution that we are providing is a smart education System where learning will be interesting attractive and knowledgeable along with Fun games and entertaining videos.

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The Interactive learning will be in All regional languages to solve language barrier issues. The learning session offered by the kiosks is easy to understand that helps students to grasp deeper knowledge of each concept. the syllabus explained will be in 3D modeling and with more pictorial representation to provide a powerful means of summarizing and finding easier to comprehend. The Kioski setup will be in the local area to generate employment.

The Kiosk is a solution for inquisitive students/children who are inaccessible for education. Our ekalavya can deliver nearly endless and boundless knowledge to any subject. Children will be able to explore the world and learn together on their own while acquiring not only topic information but also having fun with multilevel play, activity-based learning, and experimental learning.

Our ekalavya may be accessed at any time, and our equipment will not be housed within four walls like other labs or learning platforms. We'll keep track of pupil learning based on statistics and offer them a tempting prize to pique their interest. Our goal with the ekalavya mission is to give an open learning platform rather than limiting students to their curricular syllabus patterns.

Our mission will collaborate with other non-profit organizations to provide scholarships to poor, needy curious students, that will have a significant societal impact by inspiring and motivating other students to learn and understand the value of education.

We will create jobs by training residents on how to use our Ekalavya system.

There will be government advertisements to raise awareness of the present government policy among the local population. People's awareness of literacy rates and the value of education.

The Mission Eklavya will not only help to eliminate the illiteracy among children but can also help them to secure the living of their parents and their future, those parents who are not capable enough to give education and a brighter life to their children also for the Development of the country.

 

 

Survey

 

152 million children worldwide working as child laborers,

At least 35 million children aged 6 - 14 years do not attend school. 53% of girls in the age group of 5 to 9 years are illiterate. In India, only 53% of habitation have a primary school.

Article 23 of the Indian Constitution expressly prohibits human trafficking and forced or bonded labor and article 24 prohibits child labor the reality shows a different picture. According to data from census 2011, the number of child labor in India is 10.1 million of which 5.6 million are boys and 4.5 million are girls.