With the release of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, it is now formally acknowledged by the Indian Government that Computational Thinking is a foundational and essential skill set for students to thrive in a VUCA world.
The NEP has now validated this perspective by introducing Problem Solving, Computational Thinking/ Coding from Grade 6 onwards. This progressive and holistic approach of the NEP is refreshing, not to mention aligned with the need of the hour when the digital divide in education has been brought into sharper focus by the pandemic.
Leadership For Equity (LFE) & Pi-Jam Foundation (PJF) in partnership with Amazon India CSR is committed to creating opportunities that foster 21st-century skills like critical thinking and problem-solving for underserved children in government schools of Maharashtra through the Amazon Future Engineers Program.
We aim to build essential digital skills that prepare students to become a part of the creative and empowered workforce of the future. We believe this can be achieved by a multipronged approach that balances student learning outcomes and scale.
The entire transformation will be based on 4 pillars of success
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