Leading national infrastructure company Qubik Infra, has completed renovation of 19 of Moradabad’s government schools under Operation Kayakalp initiative of the Uttar Pradesh government. Aside from the physical infrastructure, each classroom for grades nursery to 5 is now outfitted with a cutting-edge smart system. This technology allows students to visualize theoretical lessons, transforming the traditional learning experience into an engaging and interactive journey. Another distinguishing feature of these smart schools is the use of an energy-efficient LED lighting system, which reflects their commitment to sustainability. With a primary focus on providing quality education in a stimulating environment, these institutions are a key component of the government’s ambitious initiative to transform the city of Moradabad into a smart city.
Thousands of children in the city of Moradabad will benefit from this project worth 25 crores which was completed in less than two years, heralding the start of a new era of development and literacy in the area. The advantages of these improvements go beyond the physical and technological aspects. Smart systems not only make learning more enjoyable, but they also promote a dynamic educational environment. Students can now actively participate in their learning, laying the groundwork for critical thinking and problem-solving abilities while nurturing their curiosities to the best.
Nikhil Jain, CEO of Qubik, added, “Smart classes are revolutionary in education, allowing children to broaden their horizons of thinking. True progress occurs when everyone can benefit from it. Thus, this project was of the utmost importance to us, and we went above and beyond to ensure that no gaps exist at any level. Everything, from the raw materials used to the precision with which the infrastructure was built, was ensured to meet the highest quality standards, as it was about the safety, and dreams and aspirations of young children. We are grateful that the government has entrusted us with this huge responsibility and hope that we can collaborate on such meaningful projects in the future too.”