Tata Interactive Systems has said it will digitise 1,000 schools spanning 140 cities
by deploying its classroom solution Class edge by the end of the current academic
Tata Interactive Systems has said it will digitise 1,000
schools spanning 140 cities by deploying its classroom solution Class edge by the
end of the current academic year. The city-based Tata Group firm has
already deployed the Class edge classroom solution in 100 schools across 52 cities,
which are affiliated to various boards like the CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and state boards.
"We are planning to cover private sector schools. We intend to target 1,000 schools
in over 140 cities by the end of this academic year,” Tata Interactive Systems chief
executive Sanjay Sharma told PTI.
The Class edge solution provides schools an Internet connection, a personal computer,
a digital projector as well as regularly supplies updated proprietary content, based
on the syllabus through a cloud computing model.
The initiative is designed to enable what it calls a multiple learning experiences
model, besides empowering teachers with a lesson plan approach, Sharma said. He
added they intend to cover the country by year-end, and include content for Class
11 and 12 by next year, and look into government schools also.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times