Brillio Enables Hejamady Kodi School to Achieve 100% Pass Percentage in Karnataka Secondary State Board Examination

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Bengaluru ─ November 17 2023 ─ Helped by tutorial and infrastructure assist from main digital transformation companies supplier Brillio over the past six years, Vidya Prasara distinction of attaining a 100% go proportion in the Karnataka Secondary State Board Examination for 2022-23. VPVMS additionally secured the highest place amongst 77 colleges in the Udupi schooling block. Notably, this was VPVMS’ very first batch of sophistication 10 college students.

As a part of its “Bringing Smiles” programme centered on fostering STEM schooling and profession improvement amongst underserved youngsters, Brillio has been supporting VPVMS since 2017 by means of digital studying and STEM initiatives, together with the institution of digital lecture rooms, STEM and pc labs, a tablet-based studying programme, and complete digital literacy initiatives. In addition, Brillio’s worker volunteers have additionally been conducting on-line instructing classes for the scholars. All these have made studying extra interactive and efficient for youngsters whereas empowering lecturers with superior
instructing instruments.

The college’s spectacular outcomes validated the joint dedication and efforts of VPVMS and Brillio. Of the eight college students of VPVMS who scored greater than 90% marks, Keerthana, the daughter of a fisherman, secured the highest place in the college with 98.5% marks. As many as 64% of the scholars scored greater than 60% marks to go with firstclass.

As a part of its dedication to advancing schooling, particularly for women, Brillio has instituted scholarships for JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) and NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) entrance teaching to empower college students to pursue careers in engineering and medication. These scholarships have been awarded to six meritorious feminine college students of VPVMS who scored greater than 90% marks in the board examination to safe distinction.

Abhishek Ranjan, Senior Director and Global Head of Sustainability, at Brillio, stated, “We, at Brillio, are thrilled with the efficiency of VPVMS. I had first interacted with the college again in 2017 after they had solely the first part. Over the previous six years, devoted VPVMS lecturers and Brillio volunteers labored arduous to equip the college with the whole lot it wanted to present high quality schooling. We supported the college’s studying infrastructure and repeatedly engaged with the scholars. Our affiliation with VPVMS nonetheless continues, and we hope that the partnership will change into a template for sustainable high quality schooling in underserved colleges.”

Ms. Rajeshwari S. Karkera, Headmistress of Vidya Prasara Vidya Mandira School, stated: “I want to categorical our deepest appreciation for the sustained assist that Brillio has supplied to our humble college. As the headmistress of Vidya Prasara Vidya Mandira School, I’m privileged to have witnessed first-hand the distinction made by Brillio. Our college serves a group the place sources are scarce, desires typically go unfulfilled, and schooling is thought-about a luxurious. It is usually a battle to meet even essentially the most primary necessities of our college students. Brillio’s dedication to making a distinction in our group is outstanding and has allowed us to breathe new life into our faculty. Brillio’s deep and ongoing involvement with our faculty has instilled a way of hope in our college students. The feeling that somebody past our faculty partitions believes in their potential and desires is a strong power that motivates them to work more durable, dream larger, and attempt for excellence. We are happy with our efficiency in the grade 10 examination and hope that it’ll function an inspiration to numerous different colleges and college students, and create a ripple impact of positivity that extends far past our group.”

Keerthana, a recipient of the Brillio scholarship, stated: “I’m deeply grateful to Brillio for its unbelievable assist in my journey to pursue my desires. As a pupil from a fishing household with very modest means, my desires typically felt out of attain. The monetary burden of schooling appeared huge, and I typically doubted my potential to pursue my aspiration of changing into a medical practitioner. Thanks to the generosity and experience of Brillio, I’ve been blessed with a chance that will endlessly change the lives of me and my household. The tablet-based schooling supplied by Brillio ensured uninterrupted studying throughout the pandemic and performed a significant function in my success. I hope to observe in Brillio’s footsteps by giving again to society in significant methods in the long run.”

Nafeesathu Zakiya, one other proud recipient of the scholarship, stated: “I’m delighted to have scored 98.2% marks in the board examination. I’ve been raised by a single mother or father and life has been stuffed with hardships. Brillio’s assist and steerage haven’t solely eased my monetary and academic worries but in addition given me the boldness to consider in myself and my potential. Their shut involvement has not solely modified my life but in addition ignited hope in my potential to make a optimistic affect on the world. With the assistance of Brillio’s scholarship, I’m making good progress in pursuing my dream of changing into a medical practitioner. Brillio has made me extra decided than ever to work more durable, excel in my discipline, and contribute positively to society.”

This initiative kinds part of Brillio’s “Bringing Smiles” programme, which goals to make a distinction to 10 lakh underserved college students worldwide by 2030. Launched in 2015, the programme has already made a optimistic affect on greater than 1.5 lakh college students throughout extra than 900 colleges in totally different international locations. It combines monetary assist from Brillio with the volunteering efforts of the corporate’s greater than 6,000 staff to assist college students by means of partnerships with colleges and non-profit organisations. In India, the programme focuses on getting ready youngsters aged 10 to 16 for the digital-first, entrepreneurial, and
disruptive world they may face.

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