Felicitation ceremony of the Project “Parental Education Training on Digital Communication & Ethics reaching nearly 1.3 lakh parents


Samagra Shiksha, Kamrup, along with Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, concluded the extensive program on ‘Parental Education on Digital Communication & Ethics’ initiated in August 2020. Bharti Foundation brought in their expertise and experience in Parental engagement though Satya Bharti Home Mentoring process for parents.

Under the program, virtual trainings were conducted for nine Block Resource Persons, with help of 119 Cluster Resource Centre Coordinators who reached out to around 5570 teachers, these teachers further trained and conduct various activities for awareness for 1.3 lakh parents across the district. Teacher training had commenced on 20th August 2020.


Use of technology has facilitated the overall learning experience for students while spreading awareness on different ways to aid their all-round development. Lockdowns have helped define the role of the parents as a home mentor. Today, it is essential to make them understand the ways in which technology is working for their child.


Keeping this in mind, the District Education Department of Kamrup Rural and Bharti Foundation had joined hands in 2020 to implement an extensive parent training initiative. With a belief in the philosophy of bringing about awareness among the parents and guardians of students in all Primary and Elementary Schools, the Program was implemented with support of teachers on the Concept of Parental Education – awareness on Digital communication & Ethics.

Speaking on the occasion, Sri Apurba Thakuria AES, Inspector of Schools & DEEO cum DMC, Kamrup said. “We are extremely thankful to Bharti Foundation for partnering with education department for the exceptional work done in the district. The training program connected by them, has benefited parents of students from 1,908 Government schools across 9 blocks by improving the overall learning experience.”

On this proud moment, Mr. Antony Nellissery, Chief School Excellence, Bharti Foundation said, “Parents can be an equal stakeholder and a partner in enhancing education of their children. As per our commitment to improve accessibility to quality education for marginalized communities, we are happy to share that the project has reached around 1.3 L parents. The district resource team in a special way cluster resource coordinators have made tremendous efforts in this endeavor. I would like to congratulate district education team for this success.”

The Foundation implemented Satya Bharti Quality Support Program in over 691 Government schools directly impacting over 246,257 students and more than 9,000 teachers across 11 states of India.


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