Major Achievements of Sikshana

"Achievements" - We call it "Responsibility"

Grama Digi Vikasana

Each of the 1330+ “Digital Transformation Centers” have been or will be upgraded & equipped with the following Digital Infrastructure & Tools in phases by Mar 2023

  • Two Android Smartphones & One Dell Chromebook
  • One 27inch Dell Monitor
  • One Year Internet connectivity
  • Secure Learning Environment through SikshanaPedia App
  • Monitoring & Management Software – GP App

Outreach and Impact

  • In Phase I, 400 GP Libraries across Karnataka were upgraded to “Digital Transformation Centers” through Dell funding
  • In Phase II, 600 more GP Libraries will be upgraded through Dell funding taking the total number of “Digital Transformation Centers” to 1,000
  • ~1,000,000 Youth and Students from these GPs will be direct beneficiaries
  • ~7,340,000 Community Members in these GPs will have access to the Digital Infrastructure

It really matters and then like it really doesn't matter. What matters is the people who are sparked by it. And the people who are like offended by it, it doesn't matter.

“We need to make sure that we embrace all the available technologies to the fullest to achieve this goal. I am sure that each and everyone in the gram panchayats across Karnataka will fully utilize the facilities provided by Sikshana Foundation and Dell in these gram panchayat libraries
Basavaraj Bommai, CM Karnataka.


Sikshana Foundation was listed as a top 3 organization in the education sector (for its “Prerana” model) by the ‘Times of India Social Impact Awards 2011’, for “widespread and tangible impact in the field of public school education”. Sikshana was also featured as a cover story of ‘Outlook Business’ in Aug 2012. Sikshana’s “Prerana” model has been proven over the years by various 3rd Party audits, ASER and conventional assessments. Through “Prerana” children move up their learning journey on a virtuous cycle of engagement and performance to enhance their learning outcomes. The impact created by “Prerana” was recognised by the Govt. of Karnataka and thus adopted by the Education Department and scaled across all the 43,897 Govt. primary schools of the entire State in the year 2017-18.