Eupheus Learning, India’s fastest growing School Focused EdTech Company, is partnering with Global Education Solutions (GES) for their proprietary platform – MyKensho, which provides life skills and career development tools for the overall development of students, aligned with the NEP 2020’s vision.
MyKensho is a discovery platform which enables students as early as grade 5 to understand their identity and become more self-aware, then gradually explore suitable opportunities, leading up to students in later years to make informed decisions on study and career choices with instructor-led intervention. Also, it will strengthen the trinity of School-Student-Parent partnership by providing easy access to parents to become a part of children’s progress via the “discovery to decision making” process.
MyKensho offers students the flexibility to join from home or at the school premises, and schools also have the liberty to adapt it and run it at their convenience. The mentors will be skilled faculties certified by GES. It’s a comprehensive 15 module program per grade, to develop the competencies in young people, to navigate through a constantly changing world, in line with their unique identity and career roadmap.
This partnership will strengthen the Eupheus offering within schools and bridge the gap between in-classroom and at-home learning solutions. Since the schools will have to draw out content, capability, tools, and resources to offer an overall development of students; Eupheus Learning will enable this through MyKensho and deep expertise of GES team.
Eupheus Learning has been integrating curricular and supplemental areas since inception in alignment with the NEP 2020. This platform will align Eupheus’s offerings with the “vision of NEP 2020 to provide experiential learning by integrating curricular and co-curricular areas”. This approach will be key to equip children with 21st-century skills to face the new world. In parallel, technology adoption has been accelerated by this unprecedented pandemic. The onus is on the content players, schools, and teachers to assimilate the intent and do effective change management to adapt to the new thought process.
With instructor-led intervention, this venture will enable students from the 5th to 12th standard to discover themselves and develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and attributes to make informed decisions about study, work and life. GES is for the first time providing its platform, content, and delivery support to an EdTech player in India and intent is to take it to Middle East region together.
Speaking on the partnership, Sarvesh Shrivastava, MD and Co-Founder of Eupheus said, “We are excited to partner with MyKensho and roll out solutions to strengthen school education as per NEP 2020 standards. We are planning to launch this program in urban cities first and then slowly take it to Tier 2 and 3 cities. Eupheus will be bringing more innovative learning solutions for learners which will strengthen our engagement with schools.”
Commenting on the venture, Racquel Shroff, Group CEO, Global Education Services said, “We are glad to collaborate with Eupheus Learning, as they are the leading EdTech player in K12 space, with a shared vision and values. The education landscape has been completely transformed at all levels and this program will catalyse the transformation in school education. We are confident that our unique career-based solutions will holistically develop students through structured and continuous self-development, career exploration, career management and stakeholder engagement and evidence based activities”
The dynamics of the education system have changed and the scope of technology tools to help facilitators connect with students will increase in remote and blended learning scenarios. And Eupheus Learning will grow exponentially and transform the school education with the MyKensho program by providing detailed lesson plans and pedagogy for each grade. The program is designed to cover identity, primary skills, and sub-skills including, holistic development, teacher empowerment, parent engagement, E-mentoring, an E-portfolio & and a dynamic career planning platform. Schools can also track its impact on the academic achievements of students.