In a bid to boost computer coding literacy in India, Eupheus Learning ,an education-technology start up has entered into an exclusive strategic partnership with Canada based RoboGarden.
The partnership was announced at the DST-CII Technology Summit in New Delhi today.
Describing coding literacy as a key driver in the knowledge economy, Dr. Mohamed Elhabiby, President of RoboGarden Inc said that they have found the right partner in Eupheus Learning, which has the right knowledge and reach in the Indian education sector.
RoboGarden is a Canadian learn-by-doing platform created using game-style environment that builds the concept of computer programming and coding.
"By engaging in interactive, hands-on explorations of coding concepts through RoboGarden in the context of everyday situations, students will begin to think like coders," said Sarvesh Srivastava, managing director, Eupheus Learning on the sidelines of the event.
Participating in the summit Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Canada, said that he is excited to participate in RoboGarden's launch in India and see the developments that arise from this initiative. He also added that his government believes in giving the kids the right tools to succeed.
DST-CII Technology Summit saw an amalgamation of a high-level delegation of industry, academic institutes, government, thought leaders, policy makers and start-ups from Canada and India.
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