ICT: A Tool for Blending Reinforced Learning in
Schools
Presented by

Dr. B. Chandrasekar
Plan
• Overview
• Case of IL&FS Education Interventions & Impact
• Possible ICT Opportunities

Strictly Confidential - For...
Overview

Image Source: ICT Transforming Education – A Regional Guide (UNESCO)
Overview

- Kaizen Private Equity, India's first private equity fund focused on the Education Sector



School Education ...
IL&FS Education
Part of the IL&FS Group, a leading Infrastructure and Financial Player on
Public Private Partnership (PPP)...
The Lineage of
An independent professional institution which has Institutionalised resources and functional
expertise in a...
Formed in 1997 with a Mandate to Develop Social
Infrastructure and Capital in the Country
Committed to Enhancing the Quali...
IL&FS Education
EDUCATION

Education Services
IL&FS Education offers comprehensive learning solutions
for a wide spectrum ...
IT Solutions for Schools
PPP Model: BOOT Approach
Computer Labs under PPP

K-Yan/K-Class
www.kclass.in

40 Voc. Trades bas...
ICT Labs in Schools
1.

Hardware

2.

Site Preparation
including Lab
Furniture, Networki
ng & Electrification/
Earthing
IT...
Portable Devices: K-Yan
As an Interactive Learning Platform, the K-Yan is a 5-in-One
Device, which combines the functional...
Simple & Effective Teaching-Learning Aid

K-Yan

Portable – can be moved
around the school

Safety - Can be locked in a
cl...
Interactive Multimedia Content
These include the following:
• 2D/3D Content Modules: A variety of
animation
and
audio-vide...
Teacher Trainings
The Teacher Trainings have been designed with an objective to building the Capacity of the
Teachers in a...
Accolades …
2004

Outlook Magazine rates K-Yan
one of the “Best Technologies in World”
K-Yan receives the “IT Award 2004” ...
Impact of ICT – K Yan in the Schools
IL&FS Journey in ICT @ Schools…
SIGNIFICANT ICT PROJECTS
Punjab
970 Schools

Rajasthan
627 Schools

Gujarat
5920 Schools
Maharashtra
4150 Schools

Himacha...
Recommendations for the Future
 ICT’s role as an Engine of Innovation in Education
 Capacity Building of Learner’s Profi...
Thank You
Please visit us

www.ilfsets.com

www.isdc.in

www.ilfsclusters.com

| facebook.com/ilfseducation | twitter.com/...
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e-Uttar Pradesh 2013 - IT in Education - Dr. B. Chandrasekar, Vice President, ILFS Education

  1. 1. ICT: A Tool for Blending Reinforced Learning in Schools Presented by Dr. B. Chandrasekar
  2. 2. Plan • Overview • Case of IL&FS Education Interventions & Impact • Possible ICT Opportunities Strictly Confidential - For Internal Use Only
  3. 3. Overview Image Source: ICT Transforming Education – A Regional Guide (UNESCO)
  4. 4. Overview - Kaizen Private Equity, India's first private equity fund focused on the Education Sector  School Education has also been included as a Mission Mode Project (MMP) under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), to allow utilization of multitude of ICT services under NeGP and provide broader coverage of ICT at Education at all levels in comparison to currently secondary and higher secondary schools  The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) implements various schemes within the ambit of the Education sector in the country however the most effective scheme has been the ICT@Schools was launched in 2004 with an aim to provide IT enablement across the government schools in the country  Vocational Education in the Schools will be an important focus for student engagement in formal learning some key initiatives included NVEQF, NVQF and NSQF.
  5. 5. IL&FS Education Part of the IL&FS Group, a leading Infrastructure and Financial Player on Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis www.ilfsindia.com One of the Largest Integrated Educational Technology Services Provider Impacting 26,000 Schools and 6 Mn Students, Trained over 450,000 Teachers in Technology Solutions www.ilfsets.com
  6. 6. The Lineage of An independent professional institution which has Institutionalised resources and functional expertise in areas of Finance, Policy, Regulation, Risk Management, Contracting, Environment & Social Management, Project Management and Engineering
  7. 7. Formed in 1997 with a Mandate to Develop Social Infrastructure and Capital in the Country Committed to Enhancing the Quality of Minds across the Learning Spectrum by Providing Integrated Solutions blended with Technology, which Educate, and Provide Skills for Employment, thus Empowering various Learner Segments Working through Public Private Partnerships, we focus on offering innovative programmes and integrated technology solutions for students, teachers, corporate entities and nontraditional learners which educate, empower and provide skills for employment
  8. 8. IL&FS Education EDUCATION Education Services IL&FS Education offers comprehensive learning solutions for a wide spectrum of audiences ranging from children in schools and informal setting, to teachers, adults and companies EMPLOYABILITY Skill Development IL&FS Skills is 100% subsidiary of IL&FS Education. It works with both government and private partners for delivering large scale skills mandates. IL&FS Skills offers sector focused programmes with strong linkages to employment.       School Infrastructure development ICT @ Schools Multimedia Content Technology Enabled learning - K – Yan Teacher Training M- Learning and E-Learning • • • • • Placement Linked Skills Development Up-skilling for in-service staff Training of Trainers NVEQF - Skills @ Schools NVEQF – Skills for Graduates EMPLOYMENT Cluster Development IL&FS Clusters’ service framework focuses on providing array of services to cluster enterprises with emphasis on infrastructure creation, up gradation, local & regional economic development, skill development and policy advisory services.     Industrial Infrastructure Project Management and Advisory Livelihood Generation Policy Advocacy
  9. 9. IT Solutions for Schools PPP Model: BOOT Approach Computer Labs under PPP K-Yan/K-Class www.kclass.in 40 Voc. Trades based on MM 10,000 HRS K SKILLS Class 1 -12 Capacity Building of Teachers Digital Multimedia Content Vocational Resources E-Learning • Mobile based • Web based www.exploriments.com
  10. 10. ICT Labs in Schools 1. Hardware 2. Site Preparation including Lab Furniture, Networki ng & Electrification/ Earthing IT Infrastructure 3. Interactive Multimedia Learning Objects enabling easier understanding of Concepts 4. Capacity Building of Teachers Multimedia Learning Objects Capacity Building of Teachers Project Management
  11. 11. Portable Devices: K-Yan As an Interactive Learning Platform, the K-Yan is a 5-in-One Device, which combines the functionality of the following components: • High end Computer • Advanced Projection System • Large Screen TV • DVD Player & • In-Built Audio System • An Interactive Board All Technologies integrated into a Single Compact Unit
  12. 12. Simple & Effective Teaching-Learning Aid K-Yan Portable – can be moved around the school Safety - Can be locked in a classroom cupboard Ease of Use - No messy wires, just one Cable Versatility - Easily used for outdoor school events Accessibility – Wide Library of Information with Internet Connectivity All in One Device - Multiple Technologies Available at hand
  13. 13. Interactive Multimedia Content These include the following: • 2D/3D Content Modules: A variety of animation and audio-video based modules, which are developed on concepts across multiple subjects • Exploriments: These are simulation-based interactive virtual experiments for enhancing conceptual understanding in Science. For more information on Exploriments, you can also visit www.exploriments.com. • Educational Videos: A wide collection of educational videos developed to explain concepts of science in a very simplistic and contextual manner.
  14. 14. Teacher Trainings The Teacher Trainings have been designed with an objective to building the Capacity of the Teachers in a comprehensive manner The K-Class Teacher Trainings focuses on the following: • Basic IT Know How, • How to use Technology Effectively for Teaching, • Integration of Multimedia Content The above is done in order to build a basic capacity of the Teachers to bring them to speed with Technology. Additional Modules are conducted on: • Overall Classroom Management Skills, • Soft Skills Trainings
  15. 15. Accolades … 2004 Outlook Magazine rates K-Yan one of the “Best Technologies in World” K-Yan receives the “IT Award 2004” in Maharashtra State, India K-Yan receives the 2005 eMpi-The Indian Express constituted “Indian Innovation Award” 2008 2011 K-Yan receives the “South Asia Manthan Award” an Effective Teaching Aid in Schools of Bihar State, India K-Yan receives the “Skoch Award” for enabling Quality Change in Tribal Schools in West Bengal State, India K-Yan features as part of a Research Study presented at the “Digital Minorities” – National Consultative Summit, India 2010 K-Yan receives the 2013 “Shiksha Ratna Award” for “Best Initiative in Interactive Learning” in Punjab State, India Used as an Effective ICT Tool in Muslim Schools in West Bengal State, India
  16. 16. Impact of ICT – K Yan in the Schools
  17. 17. IL&FS Journey in ICT @ Schools…
  18. 18. SIGNIFICANT ICT PROJECTS Punjab 970 Schools Rajasthan 627 Schools Gujarat 5920 Schools Maharashtra 4150 Schools Himachal Pradesh 628 Schools Bihar 573 Schools West Bengal 1605 Schools Odisha 3409 Schools Total: 18,000 Schools
  19. 19. Recommendations for the Future  ICT’s role as an Engine of Innovation in Education  Capacity Building of Learner’s Profile - ref. to teachers in creation of Digital Learning Resources  Active Participation of Learner - Student & Teacher Community at all levels during the project  Training Programs for Employability Skills – Utilizing the IT Labs as Classrooms for conduction of Employability Skills Training Programs after the School Hours, for the Youth living in proximity to the school premises.  A Comprehensive ICT Policy covering key Development Sectors as an Engine of Growth
  20. 20. Thank You Please visit us www.ilfsets.com www.isdc.in www.ilfsclusters.com | facebook.com/ilfseducation | twitter.com/ilfseducation | youtube.com/user/ilfseducationindia

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