The CSR head Pranay Manjari Samal guides Edifice’s efforts in Building For Tomorrow.
Be it running Site Schools for the community, or working with city municipalities to train school teachers, Pranay Manjari Samal guides Edifice’s efforts in Building For Tomorrow.
As per the 12th five-year plan, the Government of India had taken necessary steps to improve the education facility across the country with different interventions. Under SSA, the country has seen massive infrastructure development at the school level. Apart from opening over 3 lakh new schools, SSA has also provided some basic facilities in existing schools. Now the country has achieved near universal enrollment. Despite these, education in India faces several challenges like steep drop-out rates after mid-school and elementary level. The biggest concern in elementary education is the poor level of student learning, both scholastic and co-scholastic / non-cognitive. Evidence suggests that learning outcomes for children in Indian schools are far below corresponding class levels in other countries.