Hyderabad: Practically, a Hyderabad based ed-tech platform on Thursday announced partnership with Telangana Recognised School Managements Association (TRSMA) to provide free access to technology-enabled education to over 33 lakh students and 2.5 lakh teachers across 10,000 budget private schools in the State.
Under the partnership, the ed-tech platform will provide free access to Practically School Solution to all TRSMA member schools, including access to the platform for all video and experiential content, test-prep, and other teaching modules.
Training sessions will be organised to help teachers use digital tools, update them about new and existing product features and enabling them to use the features seamlessly during teaching sessions. The tie-up will allow schools to integrate Practically’s advanced technology with their teaching-learning process.
“Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, we believe it is important to ensure continuous learning and we are playing our role in enabling online education, upskilling thousands of teachers and impacting lakhs of students in TRSMA member schools,” said Charu Noheria, Co-Founder and COO, Practically.
TRSMA, president, Y Shekhar Rao said, “while schools were able to conduct classes online, lack of a learning environment similar to physical classrooms was a challenge for students. Practically’s technology re-imagines the traditional classroom and study material, making it easier for students to learn and understand the course curriculum online.”
As a part of the partnership, Practically contributed Rs. 5 lakh towards the TRSMA Covid relief fund and the amount will be utilised to assist the families of TRSMA staff members who lost their lives due to Covid-19 recently.
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