A step to educate India: Join Kidzee in its journey to better living

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Vijayawada: Kidzee, Asia’s largest preschool chain owned by Zee Learn Ltd, continues with its offerings to Educate India, Empower India! Awarded and acknowledged for its excellent franchise model at esteemed industry forums, Kidzee is penetrating the Indian market, opening opportunity gateways for the young generation to educate the country’s future leaders.

With a vision to educate India through early schooling, Kidzee has made robust efforts in creating employment opportunities for the youth through their franchise model. Their network of around 1700 centres is spread across 560 cities in the country. Kidzee has been instrumental in educating young minds by grooming over 4 lakh children for future leadership and excellence.

In sync with the concept of ‘edupreneurs’, Kidzee wants to empower people, especially the women with a business model to start their venture. The franchise model opens an array of opportunities to the young leaders who aspire to participate in building the future of tomorrow by getting associated with the formal education domain. The research based pedagogy of ‘Interactive Illume’ curriculum brings creativity, innovation and technology to the classroom.

Kidzee has brought a fresh perspective amongst prevalent-school education in India by revamping the business landscape in the domain. With a focus on providing an innovative curriculum, edupreneurship is encouraged by developing a strategic partner network that disseminates the unique propositions of Kidzee.

Mr. Debshankar Mukhopadhyay, CEO, Zee Learn Ltd. said “We are poised to become the thought leaders in the early education sector and are committed to creating a nurturing learning environment for young minds, touching lives across India. Kidzee franchise models are developed with an aim to empowering India through education. Education acts as a catalyst in socio economic development of the nation. We are expanding our footprints in the inner belts of India and overseas through a robust franchise model, and recently started operations in Nepal as well.”

The preschool industry is still in its nascent stage in India with only 2.7% penetration against 163 million children in the age group of 0-6 years. In the segment of early education, Kidzee established itself as Asia’s largest preschool network and emerged as a market leader in the early childhood care.

According to market reports, the preschool business is expected to touch Rs. 13,300 crores by 2015-16, out of which branded pre-schools are expected to contribute about Rs. 4,500 crores. Kidzee wants to encourage entrepreneurship in the country within this segment of early education.