Mirae Asset Foundation (MAF), the CSR arm of Mirae Asset’s businesses in India, has successfully inaugurated seven new digital classrooms equipped with smart interactive panels in four BMC schools in Mumbai. This initiative, conducted under the Educational Infrastructure Support Program (MAF EISP) in collaboration with Extramarks Education Foundation, is set to benefit over 2000 students and marks a substantial stride toward modernizing education.
Led by Mr. Ritesh Patel, Director of Mirae Asset Foundation, and Alok Sinha, Sr. Vice President of Extramarks, the inauguration event unveiled these digital classrooms at BMC Schools in Andheri and Vile Parle, Mumbai. The smart interactive panels, integrating Extramarks Educational Content in alignment with the New Education Policy (NEP) Guidelines 2020, are expected to enhance student engagement and participation.
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Mr. Ritesh Patel highlighted the positive impact of these smart interactive panels, emphasizing their role in creating an interactive and enjoyable learning experience for students. The installation aims to empower teachers with technology-led teaching methods, fostering effective learning in the classrooms.
Alok Sinha, Sr. Vice President of Extramarks, expressed satisfaction in contributing to making learning more enjoyable for children. He highlighted the significance of the educational content in improving teaching methods, ensuring that students from BMC-run schools benefit from the program.