Now Edtech platform Tinkerly in University of Delhi

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To instil creativity and skills in schools, Tinkerly, an edtech startup has signed an agreement with the Department of Education, the University of Delhi, earlier known as the Central Institute of Education.

Memorandum of Understanding says Tinkerly will support CIE by providing a tech platform that includes innovative teachings, tools to set up an innovative Lab on campus.

In order to increase the overall development of educational institutions, CIE will provide its academic excellence and resources to Edtech platform. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Dr Namita Ranganathan who is Dean & Head of Department, as well as Vivek Pathak, Managing Director of Tinkerly, representatives from Tinkerly, were also present there along with Dr Alka Behari who is also an associate professor of the University of Delhi.


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The relationship will boost the alliance between Tinkerly and CIE at the strategic and working level.

The aim of Tinkerly is to provide an innovative ecosystem at several levels be it schools, be it colleges, be it research institutes etc.

According to Dr Ranganath:

The collaboration with Tinkerly would help them to achieve a common goal which is making Science learning and teaching more accurate, precise and effective.

The approach of teaching STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) combined with this revolutionary way of Science teaching would produce more enriched learning experience for the classroom.

We are hopeful that this collaboration is going to pave way for the benefits of both parties. Everyone is Happy including the Science teachers as well as the training team.

The Benefit of Tinkerly is going to affect the lives of 75,000 students across 180 plus Schools in India. Incorporating technological methods of teaching is beneficial to various schools, colleges and research institutions across India. Tinkerly labs are promising incentives for various institutions.


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