Software development exported from India added approximately $48 billion to the national economy.
Pratham is raising literacy standards to include basic computer proficiency. Pratham's approach goal is to improve children’s basic learning levels using information technology (IT) and ensure each kid receives relevant and practical IT knowledge and skills
Pratham's school-based computer labs draw over 90,000 kids. Kids get to attend the center for two hours every week and is ensured to get a significant amount of time working with a computer. Their curriculum is taught in a wide range of local languages to ensure that all kids have an opportunity to participate. In addition to teaching IT skills, they help build reading and math skills.
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