National Education Alliance for Technology (NEAT).

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National Education Alliance for Technology (NEAT) a Public-Private Partnership model between the Government and the Education Technology companies of India

 

About the Cell

A Public-Private Partnership model between the Government (through its implementing agency AICTE) and the Education Technology companies of India.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • To the achievement of objectives of NEAT to bring the best technological solutions in education pedagogy on a single platform for the convenience of
  • Technology solutions using Artificial Intelligence for customized learning or e-content in niche areas having highly employable skills are being identified for showcasing on the portal.
  • Monitor and enhance the NEAT platform/ portal to evaluate/integrate products of the shortlisted and finalized Companies with which MoUs have also been/to be signed.
  • Convene NEAT Apex/Portal/Evaluation/Other Committee meeting.
  • RTI matters related to all above tasks handled by the Cell as PIO and FAA.
  • Preparation of replies to Parliament Questions and any other information sought related to the tasks handled by the Cell.
  • Monitoring and implementing benefit to students from Economically and Socially weaker sections of society.
  • Call for proposals [Invitation] for Expression of Interest (EOI) on regular basis from Ed Tech Companies.
  • Monitoring learner data.
  • Conducting awareness workshop/program and social media campaign for NEAT.
  • Implementation of Internship Policy, Internship portal and related matters  Portal of Jal Shakti Abhiyan, One student one tree, Abhiyanta Digital India, Travel portal for experts, officers and officials
  • Any other work assigned by Competent Authority from time to time.

Core Team

Dr Buddha Chandrashekhar
Chief Coordinating Officer
Dr Elangovan Kariappan
Assistant Innovation Director
Ms. Shweta Bhatnagar
Innovation Officer
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