NIIT NGuru to redefine school education in India


Tvm: NIIT, the leading Global Talent Development Corporation and Asia’s largest IT trainer, today announced the launch of cutting edge ICT enabled solutions for the schools of tomorrow, under the aegis of ‘NIIT NGuru’. World Chess Champion and NIIT MindChampion Viswanathan Anand unveiled these solutions at a school here in Trivandrum, which aim to improve the efficacy of the teaching learning experience for school administration, teachers and students alike.

NIIT NGuru today launched Accreditation Standards for Quality School governance, which enables schools to deliver quality education for overall development of students. NIIT NGuru also announced the launch of a new-age International Pedagogical ICT Teacher Training Programs, to upgrade the existing skills of the teachers by leveraging ICT.
Shraman Jha, Senior VP, NIIT said, “Over the years, NIIT has redefined the school education system by offering comprehensive range of innovative ICT enabled teaching & learning solutions to make the present curriculum in Schools interesting and interactive, thereby bringing back the joy of learning. We now introduce cutting edge training programs for the school administration and teachers to help set unparalleled standards in education and further augment the teaching learning experience.”

On this occasion, Viswanathan Anand felicitated the winners of South Zone Finalalists of NIIT MindChampions Academy (MCA). 

NIIT NGuru is a holistic education solution for schools that utilizes appropriate technology as backbone and encompasses all the possible components required to service the present and future learning needs of a school. NIIT NGuru suite consists of ‘Interactive Classrooms’ for teachers, Math lab, Mobile Science Lab, IT Wizard, Learning lab for students and Quick School, an ‘Education Resource Planning’ solution for the school management.

Jacob Punnoose, DGP, Kerala Police and Dr. Jay Kumar, Chairman, Sahodaya, CBSE were present on the occasion.

Kerala IT News


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