CL Educate signs Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with AICTE

New Delhi: CL Educate Limited (CL), India’s leading education and knowledge services provider, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AICTE, the Implementation Agency for the National Educational Alliance for Technology (NEAT) scheme, at an event presided over by Ramesh Pokhriyal, Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development at Dehradun today. This is an initiative of the Ministry of HRD, Government of India, for better learning outcomes in education through Public-Private Partnerships and has been launched across today as a pilot phase in all approved Government Colleges of India.

As per the MoU, CL Educate will be offering their adaptive and personalized learning solution “ certification course”, which was evaluated by AICTE over the last several months and has now been approved for exclusive listing under a common platform called NEAT portal of the Ministry of HRD for the student community across the country. CL Educate will be offering both “Integrated Certification” and “On-Demand Certification” for various modules of their certification course In the integrated offering, the student will have access to learning resources online through learning videos, E-Books, online classes etc. and will undergo final certification assessment to get course certification on levels 1 to 5. Each student enrolling for either “Integrated Certification” and “On-Demand Certification” will be getting a certificate. The certification interview will be through a unique “Robot Interview” where the certification interview will be conducted virtually by a Robot through CL Educate strategic partnership with EvueMe Selection Robot to help students be better placed to get jobs in the industry or get through higher education.

Talking about the initiative, Mr. Satya Narayanan R – Founder & Chairman at CL Educate said, “We are happy to be taking education to the masses through this unique initiative contributing towards educating the economically and socially weaker students and especially in remote areas as per AICTE policy by offering 25% seats free”