Maharashtra’s Education Minister Vinod Tawde will launch premier education app ‘ROBOMATE+free to all SSC teachers and students (appearing in March 2018) across all Marathi Medium Schools in Maharashtra at Mantralay today (December 6, 2017). Global Education Trust, an NGO, aiming to empower the less privileged section of the society through education, healthcare, nutrition, vocational training and enrichment of culture has partnered the Government of Maharashtra in this initiative.
With a population of more than 115 million and with more than 17 lakh students appearing for the Board Exams (a majority of them from the Marathi Medium), Vinod Tawde feels that the progress of a Nation or State can be best measured by the availability of quality education to the masses. It is this primary thought that fuelled the desire in Tawde to bring ROBOMATE+ on board in partnership with the Global Education Trust.
ROBOMATE+ consists of video lectures, to help the students understand the concepts and solve their doubts. It also containstest papers for practice, which will help them to improve their marks in board exams. The students can access these videos and tests 24×7 anytime, anywhere.
This is beneficial for the large majority of Marathi Medium students who will be able to access good qualityvideo lectures recorded by expert and experienced faculty.
SSC Marathi Medium Teachers and Students can use this App. for free by downloading ‘Robomate plus’ from the ‘Google Play Store’ on their Android device and registering using Promo code, ‘FREE10’ (no space inbetween).
In keeping with the Digital India vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tawde reiterated that ROBOMATE+ is a state of the art mobile application to help students learn at their pace and enjoy while they learn. It is an endeavour by the Government of Maharashtra and the Global Education Trust to improve students’ performance. “We are sure our students will benefit immensely because of this effort and enable our State to achieve its dream of 100% results in the SSC Board Exams,” the minister said.