Next Education, a fast-growing SaaS-based technology-driven company changing India's education system to benefit educators, schools, and students, has been felicitated by the SELCO Foundation on their 29th foundation year. The felicitation marked the fruitful four-year partnership between the two organisations and the successful setting up of over 1000 classrooms across seven states.
The association between SELCO and Next Education in the near future is expected to equip more schools in rural areas with digital classrooms in 19 other states. Next Education joined the celebration by donating four Smart Classroom setups, showcasing their commitment towards supporting sustainable development initiatives.
The event was attended by various entrepreneurs from the education field and IAS officers. Among the delegates, Manmohan Lalwani, Vice President of the CSR team at Next Education, was one of the guests of honour, and he spoke at length about "Leveraging the Power of Digital Education."
Beas Dev Ralhan, CEO of Next Education, said, "We have always prioritised providing the best education through our innovative learning programs and being acknowledged for the same is a feeling of great joy. The felicitation from the SELCO Foundation is a positive motivation for us to further expand our expertise and build an ecosystem of skill-based learning."
Harish Hande, CEO of SELCO Foundation, said, "A quality education is the best means to uplift the standard of the society. Our association with Next Education has been very successful and has helped us in our aim to provide in-demand skill sets through advanced learning modules. Through this felicitation, we would like to expand our gratitude to Next Education and look forward to working together in the upcoming years and empowering the students with 21st-century skills."
Furthermore, R Balaji, the Vice President of Operations at Next Education, was also a part of the event. As a token of appreciation, he awarded Teacher Tablets by Next Education to the top five teachers chosen from various government schools.