Grupo Santamonica has entered the field of educational technology research

Grupo Santamonica has entered the field of educational technology research

If this situation continues, the plight of students pursuing higher education in India is in a state of going through more crisis than the schools,” Denny Thomas Chempazha, chairman of Santamonica – Innovance, said.

Santamonica Group, a well-known education service provider, has announced the formation of ‘Santa Monica-Innovance,’ a division dedicated to technical development in the education sector. Santamonica-Innovance, based in Singapore, maintains offices in Dubai, the United States, and Europe, where it collaborates with innovators and organisations to adapt technology to Indian realities and conditions. According to the firm, because to the pandemic, 5.5 lakh schools in India were forced to close without warning in the last two years, affecting more than 248 million kids. “We haven’t been able to reach out to them in the same manner we were able to in the pre-pandemic time because the country’s school system lacks proper technological assistance.”

Chempazha, a veteran in the education sector who spearheaded Santa Monica and helped international campuses to come to India to recruit candidates for its studies and jobs, said they have now expanded their role and are now stepping into technology innovations in the field of technology innovations for school and higher education. ”Strategic thrust of the government of India and Kerala government to deploy technology in education has been the encouragement for Santamonica-Innovance to expand. It is time for Digital India to translate into practice at local levels in India,” he said. He said Kerala will play a major role to bring international best practices in the world to India. Terming India’s New Education Policy (NEP), 2020, as a clarion call to integrate technology at every level of education, the company said it was ready for the change by bringing in world’s best technology to the country sooner than later.

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