Teachmint partners with NGOs, corporates, social welfare organizations to identify the schools that need this grassroots digitization.
Teachmint, today announced the launch of its program ‘TeachBharat’ where the company has promised to digitalize 10,000+ schools in India for free. In addition, TeachMint aims to empower more than 200,000 teachers who can break down geographical barriers to empower more than 5 million children and ensure uninterrupted education.
Under TeachBharat, the company will enable end-to-end digitization of schools identified through its ‘Teachmint For Institute’ offer, a platform owned by TeachMint designed to help institutes prepare for the future. Through this, schools will be able to digitize their activities and ensure that their students always have uninterrupted access to teachers and learning content. TeachBharat will not only enable organizations to take virtual classes but also help them create a hybrid teaching setup to maximize their reach and impact, including:
- Integration of live classes with lifetime access to class recordings
- Automated activities such as attendance, reminders, assignment sharing, test creation, and skill assessment
- Integration of students remotely and individually into a single environment
- Unlimited access to question practice across subjects and grades
- To increase access and ease of use of mobile-first learning infrastructure
To launch the initiative, TeachMint has already partnered with administrations near 1000 government schools in Punjab as well as Karnataka. In addition to government partnerships, TeachMint aims to partner with NGOs, social welfare organizations and corporates with the firm belief that a collaborative approach will create an ecosystem that will benefit the most vulnerable groups.