Navneet Toptech on move to digitally empower 1000+ Maharashtra schools

Mumbai: Navneet Toptech an evolving edTech committed to equipping schools with tech-integrated learning solutions, today announced to partner with over 1000+ CBSE schools in Maharashtra by 2025.

The company aims to empower schools with TopSchool, a smart learning management system (LMS) that is designed to provide simple solutions at every step of modern-day education.

Compatible and compliant with NEP 2020, TopSchool is available for grades 1-10 and will cater to all academic & management needs of a school. It makes a teacher’s teaching journey more efficient and enhances learning outcomes for students. TopSchool assists teachers to create and share content, conduct assessments and even analyse through dashboard and analytical reports.

“At Navneet Toptech, we develop solutions that enhance the teaching as well as the learning experience. We are proud to be the most trusted eLearning partner of over 2000+ schools in Maharashtra. We aim to onboard 1000+ CBSE schools, including 100+ schools across Nasik & Khandesh district with TopSchool impacting 10,000+ teachers and 1,00,000+ students by 2025. According to the NEP 2020 guidelines, the progress card of all students for school-based assessment will be a holistic 360° multidimensional report that reflects in great detail the progress as well as the uniqueness of each learner in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. TopSchool goes beyond the conventional grading system with reports by providing a NEP compliant 360° report card with 21st century skill and competencies”, said Harshil Gala,

CEO, Navneet Toptech on the sidelines of TopCircle Conclave, a teacher empowering event organized in Nasik.

“The TopCircle Conclave is a colossal gathering of principals, educators, and esteemed panelists offering a great way to engage and gather insights on the pressing challenges of the ecosystem, through Panel Discussion, Teacher Training Workshops and Community-Building Exercises. We aim to become India’s largest community for CBSE educators and organize 50+ more such conclaves by 2023 across tier I, II & III cities in India”, he added.

To understand the compliance and implications of National Education Policy 2020, the conclave was attended by academicians, principals, and teachers from CBSE schools from across Nashik.

The conclave comprised an insightful and interactive panel discussion followed by an engaging workshop on how schools can truly become inclusive of modern technology and assisted teaching.


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