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HP to enable 2000 Digital Classrooms across Government Schools in India

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HP Accessible Learning for All (ALFA) initiative to partner with like-minded Corporates/Corporate Foundations & NGOs



HP to set up Digital classrooms in Government and Government-aided schools across 17 states for students of classes 9th to 12th


Ø NCERT’s DIKSHA course content and syllabus will be used for the classroom learning program


Ø The last date of corporate foundations/NGOs to apply for the ALFA programme is October 07, 2022

Continuing its commitment to enhance digital learning opportunities, HP India today announced it would enable up to 2000 digital classrooms under the HP ALFA (Accessible Learning for All) initiative. These digital classrooms will be set up in Government or Government-aided schools across 17 states for the students of classes 9th to 12th. The initiative is aligned with the New Education Policy (NEP) -2020 vision of the Govt of India goals.


HP is inviting corporate foundations and NGOs to participate in this initiative and the last date to submitting their request is October 07, 2022. HP will fund the capital expenditure required to equip each classroom with technology including Multi-function Printers, Webcams, a laptop for teachers, Smart TVs, Android boxes, and an internet dongle for connectivity.


Implementation will be managed by the HP’s NGO partner NIIT Foundation with active support from other corporations, corporate foundations, and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) as part of their CSR initiatives. HP, through NIIT Foundation as an implementing agency, will deploy cluster coordinators to monitor project implementation and progress across different clusters.


National Council for Educational Research & Training (NCERT)’s DIKSHA course content and syllabus will be used for the classroom learning program. The project will ensure that these students utilize the digital content and e-learning tools to the maximum and add further value to their learning journey. The project will also offer teacher training sessions in all schools, empowering them to use technology-led teaching to further integrate it into the classroom and engage students learning. The project will also look at partnering with individual State Boards and private content providers to use their specified course materials content in vernacular languages across select locations.


Besides academics, additional government of India approved programs and courses on EDP (Entrepreneurship Development Program) would also be offered in the project and be made available for students to aid their learning based on the requirement.


HP ALFA (Accessible Learning for All) Project

The project is divided into phases. The first phase includes Corporates, and Corporate Foundations, working with Government and Government-aided schools that have senior classes (Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12) in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Daman & Diu, Delhi/NCR, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Odisha, West Bengal, and Jharkhand that can apply to participate in HP ALFA (Accessible Learning for All) Project. 


The last date to apply for the project is October 07, 2022.


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New Delhi, September 22, 2022