My goal is to provide tablets to students of CASP who need it the most. This project will genuinely help peoples' lives in the long-term because, in today's world, it is necessary to have a strong education in order to break the vicious cycle of poverty. The quality of education that many children currently receive in rural areas of India is not sufficient for them to cope with the challenges of higher education. Providing math and science studies through a sustainable medium in English gives these students a better start in their education and careers. Tablets are a great way of doing this because they are an easy way for students to access information that they may not have had access to. Additionally, tablets are renewable, can be monitored by others (including BYJU's staff) through the internet, are always available to the students whenever they need extra help, and do not require any WiFi for general use. To learn more about the benefits and applications, please read my blog article regarding the start of AppVidya.
My goal is currently to provide tablets for 15 children this year, 50 tablets over the next three years, and hopefully 100 tablets over the next five years.