India’s edtech startups are failing to regulate themselves

In January, after the government issued an advisory asking citizens to be cautious before signing up for online courses, edtech companies had come together to form a self-regulatory body, the India EdTech Consortium (IEC). IEC has identified sales, loans, content, and teacher effectiveness as some of the most important issues…

NCEE urges due diligence by government of Andhra Pradesh before implementing MoU with BYJUs

Read the appeal in English, Hindi and Telugu The government of Andhra Pradesh’s announcement at the World Economic Forum about an MoU with BYJUs raises several questions about subjecting poor and vulnerable children to risks involving data harvesting and theft concerns and dubious pedagogical value of unproven EdTech products Urging…

Right Digitalization in Education? – Summary note with suggestions for action

Date: 23 April 2022 Key Participants: Ajay Singh, Amit Dhakulkar, Anjela Taneja, Dr. Indranee Dutta, Dr. Niranjan Aradhya, G Nagarjuna , Gurumurthy Kasinathan , Mitra Ranjan, Nachiket Udupa, Osama Manzar, Parminder Singh, Prof. Anita Rampal, Prof. Geetha Nambissan, Prof. R Ramanujam, Prof. Rajaram Sharma, Ravi Subramanian, Rishi Mazumdar, Sriranjani Ranganathan…