Byjus and ICS Colab for Cancer Survivors’ Education

Nachiket Jamadar

Nachiket Jamadar

The Indian Cancer Society and Byjus have had a collaboration in order to provide exclusive and personalized learning content to cancer survivor students.

ICS and Byjus Colab

A three year long collaboration between the Indian Cancer Society (ICS) and Byju’s was announced by ICS on Wednesday which intends to provide education facilities to 2000 students who are cancer survivors across India.

Byjus’s said that the partnership was a step towards fulfillment of its commitment to empower 10 million underprivileged students by 2025. They added that they will be working jointly to address accessibility issues and to provide free learning to students of class 4 to class 12 from across government and private schools and colleges.

ICS and Byjus have claimed that the beneficiary students will have access to special personalized learning content that is digitally enabled to meet the needs of every student free of cost.

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Mansi Kasliwal, VP-Social Initiatives, Byjus said Byujus is committed to its efforts in making learning accessible to every child irrespective of the location or socio-economic background they belong to. She also said that she was confident that the collaboration and the digital learning tools of Byujus would help the cancer survivors learn better and achieve their goals and dreams .

Mr. Hari L Mundra, Chairman, Indian Cancer Society said that the ICS  remains very conscious about the role it plays in rehabilitating the cancer defeaters while the survivors deal with managing the pain chain arising from the deadly disease and Byjus was bringing.

Initiative a part of “Education for All”

The social initiative “Education for All’ was launched by Byujus in 2022 and its aim is to democratize education and ensure that every child has an opportunity to learn.

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