Tech-Giant Tata partners with Khan Academy for free, quality education

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    Tech-Giant Tata partners with Khan Academy for free, quality education
     

    Tata Trusts promoted by the Tata Group signed a strategic five-year partnership on Sunday with the Khan Academy as the lead founding partner to leverage technology for providing free and quality education for anyone based anywhere in India.

    The collaboration will adapt and build on Khan Academy’s existing resources and tools to serve the specific needs of the Indian learner.

    Without revealing details of the investment, Ratan Tata, chairman Tata Trusts, told reporters here that the Tata Group has been contributing to conventional education for 150 years and chose to associate with the Khan Academy as it is providing free education accessible to anyone and anywhere in India.

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