Bangalore: TriByte Technologies and Azim Premji University (APU) have trained over 85,000 teachers in Telangana state.
TriByte Technologies, a global Learning Management System (LMS) platform provider, said that has successfully enabled the training of over 85,000 teachers. It supported the teachers’ training with an English Language Enrichment Course (ELEC) through the LMS platform.
The program is a joint effort between TriByte and APU where they are aiming to train all the primary and secondary school teachers to enhance their English language proficiency.
The upskilling programme is being conducted across 400 plus centres in all the 33 districts of Telangana state. The pedagogy is activity-based, self-study and self-paced learning, starting with one face-to-face session and seven online live sessions.
The program requires each teacher to execute five activities every week, and they also need to submit (online) the output of the activity/assignment. There are 6,204 mentors in total that are involved in monitoring the progress and mentoring the teachers.
“TriByte has enabled the technology which has allowed personalized blended learning for every teacher in Telangana. We are proud to contribute to this mission and are eager to participate in similar kinds of initiative in the coming years,” commented Seethaprasad, CEO of TriByte Technologies.
The company in its previous statement said that it has designed the platform for a glitch-free, extensive operation enabling over 7,000 live sessions every week and managing over 4,25,000 tasks/week on its LMS platform.
Furthermore, TriByte Technology and APU are working together to provide technology assistance to the Department of School Education, Telangana. With this upskilling program, TriByte Technologies has become the support of the new-age education system in Telangana.