9 million college graduates, yet only a few well employed. XSEED Education bridging the skills gap – Deccan Chronicle
Trying to bridge the gap is education expert, Ashish Rajpal, who has chalked out an academic programme, XSEED, that was launched in 2008 and encourages children to speak their mind and think differently, following a thought sequence that caters to their own interests and abilities.
Today XSEED is being implemented in over 3000 schools, covering over a million children in the country and eventually hopes to reach out to 10 million of them. Its developers are currently working on a smartphone platform which will help after-school education as well.