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Digital Learning

The virtual learning project leverages technology to connect children in the remote villages of India to passionate volunteer teachers, over a video conferencing tool. Through this project, we aim to address the shortage of teachers in the rural Government schools, and enhance the quality of teaching, as well as the learning experience of the participating children.

LTI has supported 100 schools across the states of Karnataka, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, in association with e-Vidyaloka and ARWEL. The States’ Board curriculum for English, Mathematics and Science is being taught by the volunteer teachers, with the help of rich digital media content.

The Junior Aryabhatta project, aims to provide laptops, preloaded with academic software, to students from 30 schools in and around Hinjewadi, Pune, making learning an enjoyable activity. Teaching the children also brings smile to our volunteers’ faces, along with a genuine enthusiasm to do more.


Experiential Learning

The ‘Introduction to Basic Technology’ program is implemented in schools from classes 08-10, with the philosophy of ‘learning while doing’.

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Mid-day Meals

Through the Akshayapatra project, mid-day meals are provided to children in Government schools to encourage attendance and reduce drop-out rate.

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