Students ages 8 to 18 studying in classes 3 to 12 must embark on their journey to future readiness now.
The NEP 2020 highlights the need for the holistic development of a student by integrating subject teaching with skills. The IB (International Baccalaureate) also talks about the IB Learning Skills that must form part of the teaching-learning process.
In summary, we must prepare our children to know what to do when they don’t know what to do. And this can be achieved by a good integration of Academic achievements and future readiness skills.
While the schools take care of academic subject learning and improvement, there is a need:
Zamit offers just the right solution at the right time.
Zamit is the world’s first AI-driven and Personalised Future Readiness Measurement, Improvement and Monitoring System. Zamit along with QAI, UK has created a research-based, world’s first, modern and up-to-date Future Readiness benchmarking framework called Zamit Quotient or ZQ.
Zamit offers five key solutions to school students ages 8 to 18, to help them become future-ready:
The Zamit’s Future Readiness Journey is a simple four-stage process.