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1,000 schools in State to get AI tech for English learning

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GUWAHATI, Aug 17 - EnglishHelper, an education technology company, has partnered with the Schoolnet India Ltd to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) technology for learning English in nearly 1,000 schools across 25 districts in�Assam reaching out to around 4.5 lakh students.�

The company, led by Sanjay Gupta, CEO (Global), and former Chairman, American Express India, has implemented its �RightToRead� initiative in thousands of government schools in India and is expected to achieve a footprint of 1,00,000 schools once the schools reopen, a release said.

The RightToRead programme enables the reading of English textbooks in a classroom supported by multi-sensory AI software � ReadToMe�.

Meanwhile, in order to ensure continuity of English learning for government school students, the ReadToMe Student Edition has been made available on Google Playstore since May 2020. This app enables students across the country to read NCERT English textbooks supported by multisensory reading and comprehension technology.

Students can now download the app into any Android device and read their grade-specific textbooks with the help of the multi-sensory AI software.

This app can help nearly 10 crore government school students across India to continue their curriculum-aligned English learning even while the schools remain closed.

In�Assam�and the NE, it is estimated that lakhs of students can benefit from the ReadToMe Student Edition.

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1,000 schools in State to get AI tech for English learning

GUWAHATI, Aug 17 - EnglishHelper, an education technology company, has partnered with the Schoolnet India Ltd to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) technology for learning English in nearly 1,000 schools across 25 districts in�Assam reaching out to around 4.5 lakh students.�

The company, led by Sanjay Gupta, CEO (Global), and former Chairman, American Express India, has implemented its �RightToRead� initiative in thousands of government schools in India and is expected to achieve a footprint of 1,00,000 schools once the schools reopen, a release said.

The RightToRead programme enables the reading of English textbooks in a classroom supported by multi-sensory AI software � ReadToMe�.

Meanwhile, in order to ensure continuity of English learning for government school students, the ReadToMe Student Edition has been made available on Google Playstore since May 2020. This app enables students across the country to read NCERT English textbooks supported by multisensory reading and comprehension technology.

Students can now download the app into any Android device and read their grade-specific textbooks with the help of the multi-sensory AI software.

This app can help nearly 10 crore government school students across India to continue their curriculum-aligned English learning even while the schools remain closed.

In�Assam�and the NE, it is estimated that lakhs of students can benefit from the ReadToMe Student Edition.

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