Tata Tech-TRF partnership for 1,000 schools

Tata Technologies, a global IT conglomerate, has signed an MoU with The Rotary ­Foundation to support poor ­children. It has identified the need for ­encouraging and ­helping children to learn with the help of technology. Popularly known as “School and Teaching Excellence Programme” or STEP, this ­project is targeted at ­underprivileged ­students and brings in technology as a ­teaching aid to improve student retention and enhance their overall academic performance.

The ultimate objective of Tata Technologies is to extend its STEP initiative at a national level to cover the goal of basic education and ­literacy for all. In partnership with TRF, it aims to reach this ­programme to over 1,000 schools all over India.

From L: Tata Technologies Global CEO Warren Harris, Chairman S Ramdorai, PDG Ravee Dhotre and DRFC Deepak Shikarpur.
From L: Tata Technologies Global CEO Warren Harris, Chairman S Ramdorai, PDG Ravee Dhotre and DRFC Deepak Shikarpur.

An agreement of ­cooperation was signed at the Hinjewadi ­headquarter of Tata ­Technologies by its ­Chairman S Ramdorai, Global CEO Warren Harris, PDG Ravee Dhotre and District ­Foundation Chairman Deepak Shikarpur.

 

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