One of India’s fastest growing Edutech Firms Synergy Images to introduces Outcome-based Digital Education System in India

Under the leadership of EdTech Entrepreneur Mrs.Malini Subrahmaniam, Synergy Images and its group company, Simple Learning Pvt. Ltd. brought in a unique solution with an aim to reduce the digital divide and provide dynamic technical services, creative and engaging content and teachers training for digital literacy to teachers become “digital-ready teachers”.

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India’s largest Edu-tech firm Synergy Images to introduce Outcome-based Digital Education System in India

In terms of the sustainability, inclusiveness, and result of our existing education system, the last year and a half have been a moment of realization. As a result of the epidemic, students were forced to use digital media to finish their education, highlighting the stark truth of our existing educational system’s unsustainable nature. As a result of the digital divide, many people are unable to access digital education. Multiple variables contribute to the digital divide, including access, devices, content, curation, teachers, training, digital literacy, money, and infrastructure. There’s also the issue that the present digital pedagogy and material don’t interest kids, which makes it difficult for them to absorb the information.

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Under the leadership of EdTech Entrepreneur Mrs. Malini Subrahmaniam, Synergy Images and its group company, Simple Learning Pvt. Ltd. brought in a unique solution with an aim to reduce the digital divide and provide dynamic technical services, creative and engaging content and teachers training for digital literacy to teachers become “digital-ready teachers”.

In an Edu-talk with The Policy Times, Mrs. Malini shared her goals and contribution for Synergy Images to strengthen India’s digital education framework and related concerns, she said, “Learning is a continuous process and everyone has the right to learn and we want to be part of the process to bring learning opportunities to everyone, especially economically weaker group. We are looking for the cooperation and collaboration of educators/ infra giants, across the world to bring scalable virtual learning opportunities for all. We need our government’s support to help rural students to continue learning until schools can reopen without any fear.

We are committed to making learning an integral part of every student, immaterial of their economic status and the conditions around them. We believe that if the next generation is educated, every family will be uplifted from poverty; even if only one person in a family can be educated adequately, we can see an ocean of change in the economic upliftment of the society and the country as a whole.”

Synergy hopes to go beyond academic material to include online training programs for various skillsets as well as a virtual school to involve young children in learning. Learning is a continual process, and everyone has the right to learn, and we want to be a part of bringing learning opportunities to everyone, particularly the economically disadvantaged.

Synergy Images team has accomplished 20 successful years of unique and technical achievements. The main focus lies in making top-of-the-line imagery and utilizing the latest technologies to give turnkey solutions for web, multimedia, eLearning, and digital animation. The team at Synergy Images consists of people from various backgrounds with expertise in layout design, graphics development, and interactive interface structuring and a firm technical team who make the integration of creativity & technology so flawless.

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One of India's fastest growing Edutech Firms Synergy Images to introduces Outcome-based Digital Education System in India
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Under the leadership of EdTech Entrepreneur Mrs.Malini Subrahmaniam, Synergy Images and its group company, Simple Learning Pvt. Ltd. brought in a unique solution with an aim to reduce the digital divide and provide dynamic technical services, creative and engaging content and teachers training for digital literacy to teachers become “digital-ready teachers”.
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