Smartphones are becoming an indispensable part of everyday life for most adolescents in India. The pandemic shifted learning to online platforms, resulting in increased browsing time.
Younger generations have often led older people in their adoption and use of technology, they are the early adopters and find it easy to work with smartphones. But there has been significant growth in tech adoption among older generations as well.
In this blog, we would like to talk about the status of education among girls in Bihar, India, the state where our program is currently in implementation. We hope this blog gives you a quick insight into the development context and inspires you to engage with us and our program.
As we celebrate the United Nations Day today’s, the photograph in focus is about the United Nations SDG 4- Quality Education. The right to have access to quality education is one of the most important goals set by the world, so that ‘no one is left behind’.
Today’s photograph focuses on our key partner, the World Bank funded ‘JEEViKA’ program of the Government of Bihar, that is mainly aimed at the socioeconomic empowerment of rural households in Bihar. The ‘JEEViKA’ program has mobilised over 10 million rural women in Bihar and organised them into
Since the Turn the Bus program was launched in 2018, we have collaborated with the Bihar government and Jeevika, to pilot our program in the Champaran district of Bihar. However, since the past many months, our efforts have been directed towards the scaling up of the use of our EdTech app by high school students all over Bihar, going beyond our pilot districts to include the rest of the 38 districts in Bihar.