Hybrid Learning Node Classroom inaugurated in Army Public School ASC Centre, Victoria layout, Bangalore under Project Carte Blanche

Hybrid Learning

Bangaluru, 18th January 2024: Tech Avant-Garde (TAG), India’s largest Hybrid Learning Solution Provider in the education sector, inaugurates Hybrid Learning Node classrooms in Army Public School ASC Centre and College, Victoria layout, Agram post, registered under Project Carte Blanche. The inauguration took place in the presence of prominent educationists, members of the examination boards, bureaucrats, technocrats, and dignitaries from India and across the world.
The inauguration took place in a Hybrid Mode. The participants from CBSE, Microsoft, Tech Avant-Garde, and stakeholders from various schools joined the event in a virtual mode. The chief guest Brigadier Ajay Duggal, Commandant ASC Center South, inaugurated the event. Stakeholders of the school viz., principals, teachers, PTA members, visiting principals from other schools and well-wishers attended the event physically.

In the welcome speech, the principal Sunitha Panchanathan said “It’s a dream come true that our institution is adopting Digital transformation and Hybrid Learning. This will allow anywhere, any place, any device learning, and our school will become lockdown-proof.”

Project Carte Blanche has been officially launched in the Army Public School ASC Centre. It is a letter day in the history of Education. Education has finally turned the corner after 2300 years. This inauguration was a Festival of Change, where education transformed from 4 walls to a Hybrid. The school will become lockdown-proof and will lend towards Personalize and Adaptive Learning. This school will become the new torchbearer of Hybrid Learning & Digital Transformation.

At the turn of the century and the beginning of the millennium, it was realized that education should go through Digital Transformation. People made timelines and set deadlines to change from the old habit of Four walls of the classroom, which they found hard to give up. When the COVID-19 pandemic brought the world of education to a standstill, people started looking for alternative solutions. Once the impact of COVID reduced, the educationist got back to status Quo teaching through the chalk-and-talk method. During COVID – Tech Avant-Garde had trained 5 Lakh teachers from New Zealand to Canada out of which 2 Lakh were from India. TAG realized the need for Digital Transformation in education and Hybrid Learning – where education could be from anywhere any place and from any device and schools can become lockdown-proof. TAG discussed this philosophy of education with CBSE and explained the need for different genres of learning for the 21st Century. CBSE agreed to try the new format of education on a social schooling model, where one school will be chosen from every district as pilot school. Rotary pledged its support, by endorsing the social school model and helping to raise CSR funds. Other Partners who support are Lycée – with its Hybrid Learning Platform, Microsoft – with its Teaching, Learning & Cloud Platform.

The CEO of Tech Avant-Garde Ali Sait said “The hybrid model combines the best of in-classroom and remote learning, with digital engagement. It is more than a quick fix. It is a way to enhance and accelerate learning by providing student-centered approaches to meet diverse learners’ needs. The outcome would be Experiential Learning, Adaptive Learning, Collaborative Learning, Project Base Learning, Personalized Learning and Cognitive Learning”.

Under this program, TAG will implement Hybrid Learning, Digital Literacy, Skill Hub Initiative, Financial Digital Literacy Program, Adolescent Health Program, Health Kiosk, School & College Connect, Art Connect, and Virtual Field Trips, in partnership with CBSE and Microsoft.
Project Carte Blanche will initiate Digital Transformation in education. Any society or country that adopts this new system of learning will become the most progressive society of the world for the next 1000 years.