Code to Enhance Learning

Empowers primary school children with the 21st century skill of coding and problem solving by Introducing them to a coding language

  • Silver Certified 2023
  • 80G
  • 12A
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    Ahemedabad, Gujarat

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Code to Enhance Learning is involved in imparting the knowledge of coding to primary school children to enable them to be equipped for the twenty firs Read moret century. It enables this through using Scratch, a simple coding platform developed by MIT Media Labs and is in use in over 130 countries. The children are trained to use Scratch to come up with innovative solutions to problems they observe around them through animation. It inspires the children early in life to be aware of issues around them and also guides them towards a computational mindset which will help them in future. It is partnering with schools and NGO’s working with children to include coding as part of the academic curriculum. Besides children It also has programmes for teachers wherein they are trained to teach coding to children using appropriate tools and methods. It conducts the CEL Students Hackathon each year where students from grade five to nine can participate and win cash prizes and certificates. The registered students are given a problem aligned to the United Nations sustainable development goals and are encouraged to develop solutions in Scratch or Pocket Code and submit their work to an expert panel. This activity prepares the children to face problems in an analytical way, be better citizens and promotes future changemakers.

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Code to Enhance Learning has made an impact, reaching over 5,800 students across 60+ schools and collaborating with 50+ teachers to equip children with valuable coding skills.


  • Student Coding Programme

    Through the CEL Student Coding Programme, students are empowered to express themselves and solve problems using coding. This meticulously designed initiative, led by expert facilitators from CEL, offers immersive learning experiences that foster growth and exploration. By harnessing the power of coding, students gain valuable skills in self-expression and problem-solving. The programme creates a platform for students to expand their horizons and embrace innovative thinking, guided by knowledgeable facilitators from CEL.

  • Teacher Coding Programme

    The CEL Teacher Coding Programme is a carefully designed initiative that empowers teachers to effectively guide coding sessions for students in grades 4-9. This programme provides teachers with access to meticulously researched curricula and engaging teaching methods, enabling them to deliver coding education with confidence and efficiency. Through comprehensive training, teachers acquire the necessary skills to integrate coding into their classrooms, fostering critical thinking and creativity among their students.

  • CEL Kids Hackathon

    The CEL Kids Hackathon is a yearly collaborative coding event that serves as a starting point for students in grades 5 to 9 to embark on their coding journey and demonstrate their coding skills. In pairs, students tackle a problem statement aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Using Scratch for computer access or Pocket Code for smartphone access, they create a project. Their submissions, along with a concept note, undergoes evaluation by an expert panel.

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  • Irfan Lalani

    Founder & Managing Trustee

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  • 12A


  • 80G


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  • Headquarters

    5, Classic Diamond Apartment, Raksha Park Society, Tin Batti, Danilimda, Ahemedabad, 380028

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  • 2022-23

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