Innovation in learning
There’s talent hidden in towns and villages of India, but it often goes unnoticed due to the lack of resources. With the launch of edutainment magazine Nanhe Sapne — Fun with Learning for Kid, these talents from tier-II cities can be brought to fore.
This innovative concept will help the children learn during their foundation years and move past the traditional style of rote learning.
Sonali Gurung, CEO, Graso Global along with other members of her team, have come together to bring innovation in education with Nanhe Sapne. They have partnered with several schools in Delhi, Mumbai, UP and Goa to provide a platform for the children to show and amplify their talents. The magazine’s target readers are four to six-year-old. The good part is that this magazine reaches the remotest parts of the country so every child can be a storehouse of knowledge.
These magazines have interactive games in bore Hindi and English. It also gives parents and professionals a platform to talk about issues and give opinions.
“Our aim is to bring about a change in the education system in the long-term so the children can learn through modern ways of teaching and their thinking isn’t limited in any way,” Gurung says.
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