A first of its kind café, aimed at bridging the gap in schools and taking the power of e-learning to the masses, will serve as an Experience zone and learning center for the kids of Dibai and nearby villages who travel to the extent of 20-30km every day to go the school or attend tuitions.
The launch received warm welcome by the community housing less than 50k residents who were thrilled to know about the initiative undertaken in the small town like theirs, serving as hope for alternative means to good quality education for their children.
The café is operated by Radhika Gaur, a local resident and also a mentor and teacher with AAS Vidyalaya. She has started carrying out seminars and demonstrations, explaining the value of the app to the parents and students of nearby community. The café provides tablets for individual learning by the students on topic of their choice as well as conducts group classes on a timetable with pre-assigned subject lectures where students can come and attend class just liked regular school.
With the first step undertaken in establishing an offline set-up, AAS Vidyalaya is looking to launch more such centers in small towns and villages in the coming future.