At 315 million students, India has the largest number in the world. Despite this, accessibility, standardization, quality and availability of teaching modules are causes for concern, especially in rural India. Because education is a major driver of rural growth, Tara Urja is working with five rural schools to pilot digital education classes.
To do this, Tara Urja has designed a special digital offering for small primary schools to help them improve learning through standardized audio-visual lessons. This offering includes an electricity connection and LED TV.
Through these digital modules, there has been a major improvement in the learning levels of the students in these schools. Further, the use of audio-visual content has enhanced the reputation of the schools as a place where children can receive quality education.