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Smart classroom technology installed in Rajavinkovil TNDTA primary school in Thoothukudi

  • In smart classroom, a smart board is installed in the classroom, where the subjects are taught by projecting content on a screen.
  • The technology is set to benefit more than 250 students.
  •  The company has provided scholarships to 10,776 students through the Sterlite Education Scheme for students.

21st December 2021, Thoothukudi: We see children as future innovators and a key resource in nation building. Sterlite Copper sponsored smart classroom accessories at Rajavinkovil TNDTA primary school in Thoothukudi to equip students with advanced academic learning. The prime intention of this initiative is to empower the students of Thoothukudi.

Ms. Prabha Hepzi, Vice President, Village Panchayat inaugurated the event.

By using smart classroom technology and interactive whiteboards, information can be illustrated with the help of photos, maps, graphs, flowcharts, and animated videos. This makes learning more attractive, interesting, and easy to understand. It encourages the ability of students to learn and memorize the topic for a prolonged time.
The technology is set to benefit more than 250 students. Villagers and stakeholders from nearby villages participated in the event.

Also, under Sterlite Copper’s flagship initiative Muthucharam, Tamira Vidhyalayam aims to support the academic aspirations of the youth and nurture future leaders through quality education and scholarship distribution. The students have been given scholarships and are encouraged to pursue their education. A total of 20,000 families will benefit through this initiative.

On the Occasion, Ms. A. Sumathi, COO, Sterlite Copper, said “Giving back is in the DNA of Sterlite Copper, which is still committed to enhance the lives of local communities in Tuticorin. Educating and empowering children of Tuticorin from a young age remains our key focus. We at Sterlite have provided scholarships to 10,776 students through the Sterlite Education Scheme for students with a target of 20000 students in the upcoming year. We look forward to bringing the best-in-class technologies of the world to our student community in Thoothukudi through our various community initiatives for the betterment of the future generations of this city.”

As part of Sterlite’s ongoing community related activities aiming at positively impacting the lives of Thoothukudi by developing sustainable platforms, more initiatives in the areas of Education, Health, Clean Drinking Water, Tree Plantation, Youth Skill Development and Women Empowerment are being carried out.

Women and Child Development remains one of the key areas of intervention at Vedanta’s community outreach programs across India. The company’s flagship social impact program,

Nand Ghars, have been set up as model anganwadis focused on eradicating child malnutrition, providing education, healthcare, and empowering women with skill development. Under the aegis of the Anil Agarwal Foundation, the umbrella entity for Vedanta’s social initiatives, the Vedanta group has pledged Rs 5000 crore over the next five years on social impact programmes with a thrust on nutrition, women & child development, healthcare, animal welfare, and grass-root level sports.

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