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Samsung equips 373 Navodaya Schools with smart classrooms

October 20 2016: Since 2013, Samsung the Korea-based electronics products leader and maker of the largest selling mobile phone in India,  has  been running a  Smart Class  programme at 373 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya schools run by Government of India's Ministry of Human Resource Development. 
In the last three years it has touched over 200,000 students.
With a view are encourage other corporates and agencies  to promote digital education among underprivileged students especially in the rural parts of India, Samasung recently created a video that narrates the  true story  of  one young student, Sadanand Ugale, who secured a study trip to Australia   while studying  at the  Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
A one-minute shortened edition of the video is now being seen on major Indian TV channels. 
We found the full version of the video, quite moving  and are carrying it for a few days in the Tech Video spot on our home page.   You can also see it here.




    


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Samsung equips 373 Navodaya Schools with smart classrooms
by Rangamony on October  21,  2016
  "Yes. It was really moving. Thanks for "