MEDIA | ASHOKA UNIVERSITY The original video was published on July 9, 2020 by Ashoka University Disruption wrought by COVID-19 is different. We have transitioned to a world that needs to coexist with this unpredictable threat. In these times, our schools must quickly respond

MEDIA | ROHINI NILEKANI PHILANTHROPIES This is an excerpt from a resource available on the Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies website published on March 9, 2020. Every child deserves education as a fundamental right in this country. But even today, we are not able to guarantee t

MEDIA | THE FOUNDING FUEL This is an excerpt from an article published on The Founding Fuel on March 5, 2021 by N S Ramnath.  In a conversation with Founding Fuel’s podcast series Virtuoso, hosted by Anna Assisi, Shankar Maruwada, CEO of EkStep Foundation traces the journe

MEDIA|THE DO ONE BETTER!PODCAST This is an excerpt of an article published on the lidji.org knowledge hub website on March 1st, 2021.  CEO and Co-founder of the EkStep Foundation, Shankar Maruwada, explains how they’re leveraging technology, big data and mobile platforms t

MEDIA | THE NEW TIMES This is an excerpt from an OpEd authored by Nandan Nilekani in the The New Times online newspaper on June 12, 2019. Digital technology can rapidly transform how countries provide services such as education and health to their citizens. The public servi

MEDIA | LINKEDIN This is an excerpt of an article written by Anirudha Dutta and published on LinkedIn on August 13, 2021.  There is a large body of student population probably of around 200mn that has no access and/ or affordability for the top-end EdTech products. Students

MEDIA|THE HINDU This is an excerpt of an article written by Chitra V Ramani published in the Hindu online publication on Jan 15, 2018.  “Learning will go micro and will become just-in-time expertise to provide a product or service... Credentials will become data-driven and

MEDIA|BUSINESSLINE This is an excerpt of an article published in the BusinessLine on January 15, 2018.  “Today, 2.5 billion people have smartphones and they have options in terms of data, apps and capabilities. This has an impact on education too,” said Nandan Nilekani C