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Brillio commits to help 1 mn Children globally by 2030


Brillio to help 1 million Children

Through a combination of digital learning programmes, scholarships, and STEM skills development programme initiatives worldwide, over 1,00,000 children and 800 schools have been reached, according to Bringing Smiles, the CSR programme of Brillio, a leading global digital consulting and technology services company. Brillio also made the audacious pledge to reach 1 million youngsters by 2030 through a variety of international programmes. In addition to the present projects, Brillio also declared its intention to award scholarships to hundreds of pupils attending secondary and higher government schools.

Launched in 2015, Bringing Smiles combines funding from Brillio, strong employee involvement programmes throughout Brillio’s 18 offices worldwide, and collaborations with schools and non-profit organizations to improve the lives of underprivileged children. The Bringing Smiles program’s primary goal is to equip 10 to 16-year-olds with the skills they need to succeed in today’s digitally first, entrepreneurial, and disruptive environment.


“At Brillio, we passionately believe that young hold the key to unlocking the future of innovation and creative problem-solving,” remarked Abhishek Ranjan, Director – Sustainability, at this event. We work with government schools to make sure that underprivileged students have access to the same modern technology and digital tools as students in private institutions. We are eager to keep paving the way for government school students by equipping them with the science, math, and technical know-how they need to flourish and create a prosperous, environmentally friendly future for India in the coming decades.

D. R. Ramamurthy, Block Education Officer, Government of Karnataka, commented on Brillio’s digital literacy activities by saying that “Brillio has been effectively executing its “Digital-based learning programme” at government schools in South-4 Bangalore from 2017″