The Challenge

Lack of infrastructure

Approximately 95.2 per cent of schools are not yet compliant with the complete set of RTE infrastructure indicators according to survey conducted in 2010.They lacks drinking water facilities, a functional common toilet, and do not have separate toilets for girls.

Number of boards causes non uniformity of curriculum throughout India so maintenance of quality standard is quite difficult.

Poor global ranking of institutes

Only 4 universities are featured in first 400 .This is largely because of high faculty-student ratio and lack of research capacity

System of education

Education is information based rather than knowledge based. The whole focus is on cramming information rather than understanding it and analyzing it.

Gap between education provided and industry required education

Industry faces a problem to find suitable employee as education provided is not suitable for directly working in industry so before that a company is required to spend large amount on providing training for employee.

Gender issues

Traditional Indian society suffers from many kind of discrimination so there are many hurdles in education of unprivileged sections of society like women, SC, ST and minority

The Solution

Adoption of technology

Effective use of technological tools in teaching has many benefits. It will solve the many problems of infrastructure, quality

Teacher training

Teachers’ training remains one of the most chaotic, neglected and deficient sectors of Africa’s vast education system. This needs to be changed as they virtually hold the destiny of the future generations in their hands

More government spending

India targeted towards devoting 6% share of the GDP towards the educational sector, the performance has definitely fallen short of expectations. Also, funding is needed to be spent on building infrastructure

Inclusive education system

Growth in education sector should incorporate all sections of society like rural, urban poor, woman Backward classes etc.

Quality education

Education provided should meet needs of student. e.g. education provided to hearing impaired or slow learners. It should allow them to enhance their skills and get better employment options

PPP model

Public-Private sources and to encourage the active participation of the private sector in national development. It is more forcefully advocated when public resources are projected to be inadequate to meet needs.


Intense Coding


Graphics/Website Redesign

I-clone manager

Lazy Coders

Mobile App Developers

Mobile Refresh

We have professional programmers who are vast in their respective fields especially in the mobile programing field

Rebuilt From the Inside Out

with the use of Android studio among other softwares we develop mobile applications for public consumption

Extensive Demographic Studies

We make it a priority to impact knowledge of Skematics development and total planning so that our programs and softwares would attack places of vital need in the world of tech

WAEC Requirments

  • Mathematics 100%
  • English Language 100%
  • Physics 100%
  • Chemistry 100%
  • Any other subject 100%

Mr Babajide Adeoti

Programme coordinator

Areas of specialty

  • Computer Communication & Networking
  • Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
  • Web Development & Web Programming
  • Software Development
  • System Analyst
  • Computer engineering
  • Database Management

We Rethought Everything

Complete Educational Edge

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