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Organization : eVidyaloka Trust

 
 

Location : Pan India

 
 

Project Description

Shortage of Teachers and the Lack of Quality Education plagues large parts of rural India which further hinder students from realizing their true potential. These schools also exhibit a high drop-out rate. We address this challenge by leveraging the power of technology, which has penetrated even the remotest parts of our country. We connect passionate volunteer teachers from across the country and abroad, to the students through online classes. A large percentage of India’s children live in rural areas where quality education is a far reach. Proper education and guidance at the right age enable the students to aspire for socio-economic mobility, in turn empowering the society at large. The locations where we operate were identified on the basis of a set of parameters such as literacy rate, student-teacher ratio, etc. Some of the locations were also chosen based on the requests from state government and local administration who have witnessed the impact and efficiency of our working model. 

 
 
 
 

Project Type : CSR

 
 

Special Features of Project

eVidyaloka offers a unique platform that connects volunteers to students using real-time online classes. Our USP is the tech-driven demand and supply match.  

 

School identification parameters

Our beneficiaries are the students in government-run schools located in rural and remote parts of India. The students belong to the age group of 10-14 years, studying in the 5th to 8th Grade.

 

Monitoring and feedback

An Internal Audit mechanism is in place to analyze and manage the costs. Further, we have internally developed a feature called QCAFE (Quality Control Audit Framework for Evaluation) to ensure quality service. The framework designed in accordance with OECD guidelines. 

Strategic partnerships

The eVidyaloka model works in a strong ecosystem of partnerships. Multiple stakeholders are involved in achieving our deliverables. We have over 25 NGO partners who take care of our on-ground delivery in different states. We have long-term engagements with over 13 firms who form a major part of our passionate volunteer pool. We also have partnerships with donors such as LTI, LTTS, Infosys, BPO, etc 

 

Mentoring and community engagement

Our holistic approach to the learning process has shown great results in the students’ personality development. An improvement in the co-scholastic parameters has also been visible. Students are more active and attentive in class, and the parents are increasingly taking part in their children’s education. The eVidyaloka centers engage the local community through the local NGOs and SDMCs. Regular parent-teacher meetings are held.  

 

Jupiter

Our web platform (referred to as Jupiter) records details of all our beneficiaries, stakeholders as well as employees on a daily basis. Further, we use Google’s email service for all internal and official communication. Fortnightly staff meetings serve to discuss progress and targets. Quarterly meetings are held to take stock of projects. Dashboards available on our web platform allow us to gauge the impact through various periods. We also collect feedback and conduct periodic surveys for all stakeholders which are compiled as reports for analysis and improvisation. 

 

Wikividya

The concern of integrating with the school eco-system is addressed through the alignment with school operations. The question of consistency in teaching by volunteer teachers is addressed and the consistency through an in-house online repository called Wikividya. 

eVidyaloka offers a unique platform that connects volunteers to students using real-time online classes. Our USP is the tech-driven demand and supply match. 
 School identification parameters
Our beneficiaries are the students in government-run schools located in rural and remote parts of India. The students belong to the age group of 10-14 years, studying in the 5th to 8th Grade.
Monitoring and feedback
An Internal Audit mechanism is in place to analyze and manage the costs. Further, we have internally developed a feature called QCAFE (Quality Control Audit Framework for Evaluation) to ensure quality service. The framework designed in accordance with OECD guidelines.
 Strategic partnerships
The eVidyaloka model works in a strong ecosystem of partnerships. Multiple stakeholders are involved in achieving our deliverables. We have over 25 NGO partners who take care of our on-ground delivery in different states. We have long-term engagements with over 13 firms who form a major part of our passionate volunteer pool. We also have partnerships with donors such as LTI, LTTS, Infosys, BPO, etc 
Mentoring and community engagement
Our holistic approach to the learning process has shown great results in the students’ personality development. An improvement in the co-scholastic parameters has also been visible. Students are more active and attentive in class, and the parents are increasingly taking part in their children’s education. The eVidyaloka centers engage the local community through the local NGOs and SDMCs. Regular parent-teacher meetings are held. 
 Jupiter
Our web platform (referred to as Jupiter) records details of all our beneficiaries, stakeholders as well as employees on a daily basis. Further, we use Google’s email service for all internal and official communication. Fortnightly staff meetings serve to discuss progress and targets. Quarterly meetings are held to take stock of projects. Dashboards available on our web platform allow us to gauge the impact through various periods. We also collect feedback and conduct periodic surveys for all stakeholders which are compiled as reports for analysis and improvisation. 
Wikividya
The concern of integrating with the school eco-system is addressed through the alignment with school operations. The question of consistency in teaching by volunteer teachers is addressed and the consistency through an in-house online repository called Wikividya.
 
 
 

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