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Square Panda India applauds government’s proposal to roll out ECCE programme in Anganwadi centres

Square Panda India, edtech innovator of educator empowerment programs and quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) in the country has applauded the government’s proposal to roll-out early childhood care and education programme in all anganwadi centres from 2021-22, covering up to 20 % of the anganwadi centres each year over next five years.  

“As India’s education system prepares for the future, we welcome the Government of India’s progressive steps that will ensure the onset of a systemic change as envisioned in NEP 2020. We believe that contextual evidence-based interventions centered on curriculum, teaching, technology awareness, and personalised assessments are the need of the hour, said Ashish Jhalani, MD, Square Panda India.

Square Panda India is functioning as a growth partner that works closely with key stakeholders, institutions, communities, and impact organisations to provide NEP 2020-focused foundational learning and educator empowerment programs. The company has rolled out an early learning initiative, ‘Aarambh’, which aims to catalyse the education ecosystem in every state, thereby positively impacting Anganwadi workers, ECCE educators, parents, administrators, and children themselves.

Overthe course of the last year, Square Panda India has worked across India to implement robust programs that seek to upskill and modernize Anganwadi teachers. This is an extension of the brand’s belief in driving holistic transformation for every education stakeholder in order to ensure that each child reaches their full potential.

“We have always taken a differentiated, whole-system approach to resolving India’s education challenges,” shared Ashish. 

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