Pidilite Industries Ltd., a leading manufacturer of construction and specialty chemicals, as well as art and craft products, has signed a year-long Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Gujarat, represented by the Gujarat Council of School Education (GCSE). The objective of this collaboration is to promote and enhance learning through arts and crafts across the state of Gujarat.
The Gujarat government has been actively working towards a comprehensive strategic plan for the holistic development of school education in the state. The Government’s focus is on improving systems-level performance and enhancing schooling outcomes to elevate the overall quality of education. Through this partnership, the Government aims to leverage Pidilite’s expertise and resources to further advance the quality of art and craft education in Gujarat.
Pidilite Industries Limited has initiated a pilot programme in Mahuva Taluka of Gujarat’s Bhavnagar District. The initiative will provide comprehensive training and resources to teachers and enable them to implement engaging art & crafts activities tailored for children from Class 1 to Class 8. Through www.fevicreate.com platform teachers and students can access over 500 exciting arts and craft activities centered around Math, Science, and English. Feedback gathered during the pilot phase will be carefully analyzed to refine and chart the next phase of implementation.
Sudhanshu Vats, Deputy Managing Director, Pidilite Industries said, “We have been actively engaging with schools nationwide through our ‘Fevicreate’ programme for several years. The initiative has played a crucial role in supporting teachers with art and craft content, enabling them to create an engaging curriculum that enhances students’ creative and cognitive abilities. We look forward to contributing our expertise and resources to support the comprehensive education development in the state. Together, we aim to empower teachers, nurture creativity among students, and ultimately elevate the overall quality and experience of education.”