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E-learning will benefit underprivileged students in Aurangabad

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Technology is advancing day by day, gone were the days where teacher use to teach through black board and chalk. Now, we have more modernised and tech savvy classrooms. But, since handsome amount of money is required to install technology into the classrooms, e-learning classrooms are constrain to private schools.

One of the renowned company in installing e-learning in classrooms, Wockhardt has broke the shackles as the company upgraded 26 public schools' classrooms by installing e-learning, in Aurangabad. This up-gradation will benefit 22,000 underprivileged students of the city.

Academic excellence through e-learning

This is the first time that such fruitful initiative is launched in the city. The company covered 14 zila parishad schools, 10 Aurangabad Municipal Corporation schools, one ashram and one private aided school.

The company funded 21 schools and rest were sponsored by Aurangabad Municipal Corporation.

Rajendra Darda says "We have set up ICT lab in 8000 schools in Maharashtra. I want all the students and teachers of the targeted 26 schools to take full advantage of this facility and make the most of it."

"E-learning is a major step to cater and support rural development in India. Our aim is to full fill the gaps in the current education system through this initiative. We believe that innovative methods such as e-learning, which includes a scientifically developed syllabus, will make learning interesting, engaging and enjoyable experience for the students and drive them towards academic excellence."

E-learning makes education a fun-filled experience and students enjoy what they do. Not like earlier, where they were forced to learn things which they hardly understood. E-learning focuses more on giving practical knowledge to students. This newly installed programme in schools of Aurangabad is designed by high quality e-learning experts and designers. The programme will cover the students from class I to class X.

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