HDFC Bank to Train 15 lakh Government School Teachers in 12 States – BW Businessworld

Posted: August 27, 2017 at 9:47 pm


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To benefit 8.3 crore students in 6.2 lakh government schools

HDFC Bank Ltd has launched the Zero Investment Innovations for Education Initiatives (ZIIEI) to transform education in government schools across India.

As part of this initiative, the bank will train 15 lakh school teachers across 12 states and union territories of India to improve the quality of education in 6.2 lakh government schools, thereby benefitting 8.3 crore students.

Education is one of the core focus areas of the bank's Corporate Social Responsibility, where the objective is to create sustainable communities.

In Rajasthan, HDFC Bank will train 2 lakh teachers in over 70,000 government schools that will benefit more than 81 lakh school students.

ZIIEI is an initiative to introduce innovation in school education at zero additional investment by training teachers, inviting ideas from them, and implementing the selected ideas in schools to improve the quality of education. The initiative will be implemented in partnership with Sri Aurobindo Society and state governments.

Through the initiative, the bank aims to achieve the following:* Improved education delivery in classrooms..* Reduced drop-out rate.* Creation of a conducive learning environment for girls and children with special needs.* Enhanced teacher, parent and community involvement in improving education quality.* Effective implementation of government programs like the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

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