eVidyaloka is active in the space of providing education to rural children. It mobilises volunteers and encourages volunteerism by connecting individu Read moreals, irrespective of age or profession, who are devoted to teaching, with children in remote Government schools leveraging the power of technology to enable quality learning to reach rural children. It has set up digital classrooms with a CPU, 32-inch LCD screen, camera, conference mic, and broadband connections by BSNL and skype. All necessary equipment is set up by the NGO/community leaders at the respective rural locations. The teachers are remotely located with coordination between the teachers and the availability of the students being taken care of by eVidyaloka. There are about 90 such centres engaging volunteers to provide education to children from rural and remote areas of India in partnership with the Government, also involving local communities by utilizing digital technology through multi-modal programmes. It engages donor corporates also as partners for these programmes focusing on children from 5th to 8th grade to help them with education in their regional languages.
Addresses the gap in quality education for the children from the government schools.
Runs Digital Schools, an outside-school learning opportunity wherein children learn from TV lesson broadcasts, an online app, interactive printed workbooks and worksheets.
- Informal Education
- Formal Education
Runs 310 digital schools and 265 digital classrooms across 11 states in India and has impacted the community as follows: 50,00,000 students, 100,000 students enrolled in eVidyaloka programs, 89 students cleared NEET/JEE, 147 districts supported across India including TV broadcasts and schools, 490 villages supported across India, 10 districts across India, 610+ schools supported digitalization including digital classrooms, 6,000 + associated volunteers, 50 corporates supporting with volunteers and 25 corporates supporting with donations.
eVidyaloka Digital School
Guides and encourages children to learn digitally in their regional languages through this outside-school learning programme. A multi-mode approach is adopted to teach children through TV lessons, broadcasts, an online app, interactive printed workbooks and worksheets.
Digital ClassroomKrishna, Koppal, Dharwad, Tiruchirappalli, Coimbatore, Guntur, Ranchi, GiridihAndhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu
Digital classrooms have been set up across multiple locations to provide education to children in far-flung locations. The students are taught Mathematics, Science, and English following the local state board curriculum. For students in the age group of 10-14 years and in 5th-8th grade, lessons are provided as a supplement to their regular schooling to clear their doubts and strengthen various concepts.
Tutors/volunteers are selected based on the languages they know to help children in their local language. All the centres have an electricity supply besides having installed inverters and solar panels to ensure uninterrupted power.
Children attended online sessionsYear-wise Metrics
- 2017 6000
- 2018 8916
- 2019 16380
- 2021 10000
Teachers joined as volunteersYear-wise Metrics
- 2017 500
- 2018 682
- 2019 1077
- 2020 1530
- 2021 1530
Online classes deliveredYear-wise Metrics
- 2017 12195
- 2018 19146
- 2019 30577
- 2021 30432
VO ID / Darpan IDKA/2018/0195228
CSR Registration Number
eVidyaloka Trust 2020, South End 'E' Main Road, 9th Block, Jayanagar
West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi
Type & Sub Type