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Edtech EMBIBE ties up with AWES, extends its digital learning resources to all 136 Army Public Schools

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EMBIBE, the Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered learning & outcomes platform, has announced a partnership with Army Welfare Education Society (AWES), which runs 136 Army Public Schools. As a result these schools will have access to AI-led personalised and adaptive education offered by the edtech firm.

Through this partnership, all schools will be empowered with EMBIBE’s NEP-aligned world-class technology, proprietary apps, and digital resources to provide relevant content delivery and right guidance to help students realise their full potential while supporting teachers in scaling their attention. This will further be extended to all 169 Vidyanjali schools affiliated to the AWES ecosystem.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for this collaboration was recently signed between EMBIBE’s Senior Vice President, Devendra Gaur, and Col. S.A. Warty (Retd.), Director Schools on behalf of AWES; in the presence of other Directors.

Now, students from grades 6th to 12th at Army Public schools will receive the highest level of personalisation and experiential learning through AI and Machine Learning. Students will be able to access the content for all the subjects, in line with their curriculum. Through the company’s innovations such as EMBIBE Lens and EMBIBE Lab Experiments, students will be able to watch complex concepts in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology come alive in 3D, as well as get up close to scientific phenomena/chemical reactions through a world-class virtual lab. Through EMBIBE’s suite of digital offerings, teachers at Army Public School and their associated Vidyanjali schools will be able to leverage AI algorithms and provide timely and remedial actions for students to fix their weaknesses and learning gaps.

Announcing the launch of the partnership, Maj Gen R.K. Raina, SM, Ph.D. (Retd.), Managing Director, AWES, said, “AWES has been at the forefront of implementation of NEP 2020. It is a matter of pride that five initiatives of AWES have been selected as part of 75 initiatives towards National building by the Indian Armed Forces. The initiative of Technology upgradation, Gifted Education, Teachers Training, inclusive Education & Skill Subjects and adoption of government/government aided schools covered under PM E-vidya, Dhruv-PM innovative learning program, STARS project, Samagra Shiksha and Vidyanjali project have been on forefront for AWES. We look forward to EMBIBE for supporting AWES in each of the mentioned core initiatives of AWES.”

Aditi Avasthi, Founder & CEO, EMBIBE, commenting on the partnership, added, “At EMBIBE, we are driven by a deep sense of gratitude toward the invaluable service rendered by the army to our nation. It fills our hearts with immense pride to contribute in our humble way by providing free access to personalised education to the students of these prestigious schools. As a leading edtech player, we recognise the power of education in shaping lives and empowering individuals. It is our privilege to offer this opportunity to the students, enabling them to access high-quality education that caters to their unique learning needs. We firmly believe that education has the potential to ignite minds, foster progress, and build a prosperous nation. This partnership showcases our unwavering commitment to support and uplift our future generation while paying homage to the patriotic endeavours of the army.”


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