Over the past 18 years in operation, OSAAT has rebuilt and expanded over 50 schools in rural areas in India. 17 more schools are work in progress.
More than 10,000 students benefit with a classroom, proper workspaces, sanitation facilities, kitchens, drinking water, libraries, and playgrounds.
Better schools and infra has seen increased school enrollment and attendance numbers, especially for girls. State governments have seen the successes and have increased funding for further enhancing the infrastructure.
The ODiSI Program was initiated in June 2021 to bridge the loss of school hours and learning tools during Covid pandemic lockdown. The program is innovative and has shown measurable impact. (in 2020-21: 176 students benefited, completing 100+ assignments)
Preselected schools with 100 to 150 students were provided with laptops for teachers and IPads for students. With software from Khan Academy, Google Classroom and YouTube.
Details of first successful ODiSI project:
Provides near – real time information on functions and usage to educators, and policy makers and allows for course corrections that can be customized for each school. Includes Device Telemetry.