On the 22nd November 2012, the Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe Development Department, Odisha signed an MoU with Vedanta Foundation to implement the e-Shiksha program in 1000 Government run schools. About 2 lac students will be benefitting from this program



E-Shiksha was commenced in 349 schools in Goa.



A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Vedanta Foundation and the Bihar Education Project Council, to make E-Shiksha available to 1000 Upper primary Government Schools in the state of Bihar



Vedanta foundation along with Hindustan zinc distributed computer education books at Ransagar School District Dungarpur (Rajasthan) The event was attended by District Education Officer Mr. Bansilal Roth, Sarpanch Ms. Champa Devi Parmar.

Vedanta E-Shiksha @ Schools Program

While one considers the great strides taken by India in popularization and streamlining of education in the Country, the gap between knowledge levels of the urban and rural students is still large enough. All

To impact 10,000 schools, benefiting over 1 million children with technology-led education

To improve student performance in academics and facilitate their overall personality development

To decrease the dropout rate and absenteeism

To improve motivation level and knowledge of teachers with a scalable Teacher Training Program

To implement an innovative and creative curriculum that enhances the learning process


Kikwari Khurd

A Government school at Kikwari Khurd was visited by a Resource Coordinator of Vedanta foundation...