CNH Industrial launches digital classrooms in 77 schools in India

CNH Industrial, a UK based, capital goods company, has launched multimedia learning to classrooms in India through its “New Holland Digital Classroom” program. The program is being rolled out in 77 schools in 16 states, including Gujrat, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, the Punjab and Tamil Nadu. 30,000 students are likely to benefit from this program across India. The program promotes using technology to bring an immersive classroom experience, which will rule out the traditional method of teaching.

K-Yan knowledge devices have been provided to the schools, which combine interactivity, computing, internet access, projection and television in one compact teaching aid. CSR department of CNH Industrial will conduct a periodical assessment to determine the learning outcomes in schools after the launch of one year. This initiative of an international company would eliminate chalk and black board teaching method, which would also motivate Indian government to take an initiative in government schools of India too.