Education

Google donates USD 8.4 million towards improving education in India

These grants have been given to four Indian Non Profit Organisations (NGOs).

Google's philanthropic arm Google.org, with the sole motive to improve quality of education in India, has recently announced grants worth UDS 8.4 million (around Rs 54 crore) to promote the learning experience for students in India.

As reported by IANS, these grants have been given to four Indian Non Profit Organisations (NGOs).

The four recipients are as follows:

- Learning Equality
- Million Sparks Foundation
- Pratham Books StoryWeaver
- Pratham Education Foundation

Furthermore, reports suggest that these grants are part of a global USD 50 million commitment that aims to help non-profits apply tech-based learning solutions.

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