HYSEA, with Nirmaan Organization as the Knowledge and implementation partner has initiated the Disruptive Digital Intervention (DDI) project to provide a motivating and encouraging environment for high school students from socio-economically marginalized sections of the society, to make them Digitally Literate and help nurture a culture of innovation. To further this objective, it is proposed to establish a Digital Lab at Government school (with supportive school managements and good student strength).
Most of the government schools/colleges under TSWREIS (Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institution Societies) lack with the support of Digital labs / infrastructure due to high costs / lack of support from the government.
Many of the meritorious students from these institutions have no access to digital technology due to which they are lacking with their technical skills and hence can’t progress in their careers and compete with the other students.
This is the major problem in all the residential schools / colleges. Hence if there would be a digital classroom in every school / college for these students, they would achieve any success in their life.
|HYSEA - NIRMAAN COMMITMENTS THROUGH SETUP OF DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE|
|S.No||Identified Problem in Govt School / College||Commitment||Impact Indicator|
|1||Many schools / colleges are not having computers. Hence, students do not have access/exposure to computers||1:1 computer-student ratio i.e., every student would get 15 minutes of time during the lab||Every Child will have good access to computer facility|
|2||In many colleges, computers become non-functional due to repairs in hardware or software||Annual Maintenance||Downtime of computers is minimal|
|3||Schools / Colleges, especially in rural areas, have frequent power cuts. This is one of the major ground level issues which is a hindrance for students learning.||A power backup (UPS/Inverter)||Maximum system utilization|
|4||Students are not able to utilize the online learning facilities. They are not able to use the internet for education purposes as a secondary source of learning.||A high-speed broadband internet connectivity; Projector/LED TV and audio facility||Online teaching through live streaming and recorded video lessons. Students using educational websites|
To support the underprivileged students from the TSWREIS schools / colleges in terms of Digital Lab / Infrastructure setup.
The project is aligned to the following goals under United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals
|Name of the School/college||TTWR Degree College (Women)|
|Address||Near Yashoda Garden, Narsampet bypass, TTWR Degree college, (Women) Mahabuababad|
|Principal Name and Contact No.||Dr.G.Sandhya Rani (7901097695)|
|Medium of Instruction||English|
|No. of students (Girls)||468|
|No. of rooms for the Digital Lab setup||1|
|No. of full time Computer Instructors||0|
|NEED ASSESSMENT REPORT OF THE SCHOOL FOR SETTING UP DIGITAL LAB/DIGITAL INNOVATION CENTER|
|S.No||Commitment||Current Situation||Overall Status||Recommendation for setting up Digital Lab|
|1||A Computer lab is setup with around 1:1 computer student ratio||Is there a classroom which can be utilized for Digital Lab?||Yes||Nirmaan would recommend that are few internal repairs in the room. Regular budget needs to be allocated for the standardized interiors across all labs (Electrical Wiring, Fans, Etc.)|
|2||Any repair or renovations required for the classroom?||Yes(Need equipment for digital classrooms.|
|3||How many computers are available with the college for computer training?||41|
|4||Are there any computers in need of repair?||Yes(2 computers need to be repaired.10 computers need keyboard and mouses.|
|5||Based on the strength of the school / college, how many computers are required?||20||Nirmaan recommends 20 Computers in total for Digital Lab. Justification: College has 638 Students and maximum division size is 35. In order to ensure no. of computers as per the commitment of 1:1 computer to student ratio, They are requesting for additional requirements in the existing lab and another 20 computers and dedicated trainer.|
|6||A Computer Trainer is appointed||Is there a computer trainer in the College?||No||Nirmaan recommends providing for a skilled computer instructor|
|7||Annual Repair and Maintenance is ensured||Does the government provide any specific budget for repair and maintenance of the computers?||NO||Nirmaan recommends that AMC is to be taken up for the computers and other electronic equipment in the lab, if provided.|
|8||A power backup is provided||How frequent are the power cuts?||Once a day||They already have power backup|
|9||A high-speed broadband internet connectivity is provided||Is internet connection available at the college?||Yes||They have internet connection|
|10||Is high speed broadband internet connectivity possible at the college location?||Yes||100mbps|
Below are few branding opportunities for the Corporate in the project:
|DIGITAL INNOVATION CENTER BUDGET PLAN FOR TTWRDC (WOMEN) MAHABUBABAD|
|S.No||Item||Configuration||Unit Cost||No of Units||Total Cost||1||Desktop System||Dell/HP/Lenovo/Asus Intel dual-core CPU/ 8GB RAM/ 1TB HDD/SSD/Monitor 19"/ Windows 10/ MS office||43000||20||860000|
|2||Smart TV for projector||TCL/Mi/AOC etc. brand 50 inch||50000||1||50000|
|3||CPU, wireless Mouse and Keyboard||i3 desktop for projector/smart TV to operate instructor||45000||1||45000|
|4||CC Camera||CP plus with DVR, two cameras||18000||1||18000|
|5||Web camera||Logitech camera for volunteering sessions||5000||2||10000|
|6||Headsets for the computers||Useful for volunteering sessions||800||21||16800|
|7||Transportation||Transportation of tables, chairs, security grill etc.||25000||1||25000|
|8||Computer Tables||Computer Tables||5000||21||105000|
|9||Chairs||Box type chair with cushion||1500||21||31500|
|10||Branding||Logo branding of donor and Nirmaan logos in the lab||15000||1||15000|
|11||Security grills (fabrication work)||Iron grill door at the computer lab||12000||1||12000|
|Non-Recurring - Sub-Total (A)||1188300|
|S.No||Item||Remarks||Per Unit||No. of month||Total Cost|
|12||IT Trainer (Fellow) Salary||* Not to compromise on quality, 20000 per month is budgeted. Suitable profiles with less than 20000 p.m. will also be scouted for||25000||12||300000|
|13||Annual Training for Fellow||Training for the computer instructor to enhance the skills||10000||1||10000|
|14||Management of Fellow||* For every 10 fellows, a Program Manager with 50000 salary p.m. is appointed. Hence, per fellow share is 5000 salary p.m.||5000||12||60000|
|15||Internet charges||1 year||16000||1||16000|
|Recurring - Sub-Total (B)||404000|
|Project Budget - Sub-Total (C)=A+B||1592300|
|17||NGO Admin Cost (10%) (D)||*Towards organizational central team, accounting and audit purposes||159230|
|GRAND TOTAL = C+D||1751530|
|Budget Head||Amount (in Rs.)|
|Non-Recurring - Sub-Total (A)||1188300|
|Recurring - Sub-Total (B)||404000|
|Admin Cost @ 10%||159230|
HYSEA is a unique industry initiative and a non-profit organization that strives to bring together the various IT and ITes Organizations in Telangana under one umbrella to network, share knowledge and work closely with the Government and other industry stakeholders to expand into new areas of business, social development, and economic prosperity of the state.
The association is 30 years old and has more than 300+ registered members, representing nearly 90% of Telangana’s IT/ITes industry revenue and employee headcount. HYSEA member list includes a judicious mix of Large, Medium and Small, Indian and MNC companies such as Infosys, Intel, Micron, Wipro, Cognizant, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Capgemini, Deloitte, Qualcomm, Microsoft, HSBC, ZF, WellsFargo, State Street, Google, Firstsource, Broadridge, Chubb, Infor, Micron, Valuemomentum, OpenText, ValueLabs, Synchrony, ZenQ, Innominds, Invenio, OSI Digital, Informatica, EnergyTech Global, TechEra IT Consulting and more from the Software Services, BPO, and Product segments.
Nirmaan is a non-profit organization founded by alumni of BITS-Pilani in the year of 2005 (registered in 2007) with inspiration from Abdul Kalam and Swami Vivekananda. We work in the fields of Education, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Health and Wellbeing, Community Development and Social Leadership. The vision of the organization is to achieve a knowledge driven and economically empowered society; to play a crucial role in achieving a developed India where illiteracy and poverty does not exist. In the past 17 years of journey, we have impacted the lives of 2+ million beneficiaries through various impact-oriented Flagship Programs & Social Leadership Initiatives benefiting Children, Women, Youth, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), LGBTQ+ and Farmers from diverse social backgrounds across 18 States of India while partnering with 150+ Corporate, Government and Philanthropic partners.