This programme will equip students with the skills that will enable them to create computer programs and applications.
InOpen, an IIT Bombay-based educational start-up, has partnered with Tata Class Edge to offer computer education programme in schools. This programme will equip students with the skills that will enable them to create computer programs and applications, according to a report published in Economic Times.
"Through this partnership, we will jointly deploy computer learning solutions across 1600 schools where Tata Class Edge is already engaged with education tools. The goal is to reach 400 high end schools with a revenue estimate of Rs 8 crore in the next 12 months and then target additional 800 schools in next 18-24 months," says Rupesh Shah, CEO and co-founder, InOpen Technologies.
In past, InOpen has received investments from invested by Benesse and Ventureast. Its team audits a school before implementing Computer Masti, its brand for computer science program. Computer Masti is already being used by more than 600,000 students across over 330 schools in India with pilots in Japan, Middle East and the US.