Code Unnati is a corporate-to-citizen, digital literacy and IT skills development initiative aimed
at fostering digital inclusion in India. Launched in June 2017, Code Unnati integrates the Digital
Literacy curriculum within primary to higher secondary curriculum and imparts skills in next-gen
technologies among the youth enabling employment opportunities.
'Unnati' is a Sanskrit word that means prosperity, empowerment or development and the initiative delivers on all three aspects. As a multi-stakeholder, multi-year program, Code Unnati is a collaborative effort between SAP and Corporate CSRs, Non-profit organizations and supports the initiatives of the Indian government.
Code Unnati envisions to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals of – No Poverty, Quality Education, Decent Work & Economic Growth, and Partnership for the Goals.
Our mission is to foster digital literacy and develop digital competencies to contribute towards social and economic development among Adolescents, Youth, Citizens & Differently abled.
Thoughts, perspectives and insights from the Code Unnati launch event on 15th June, 2017 in Delhi.
At its core, Code Unnati will fulfil the digital needs of the program's beneficiaries by setting up digital learning centres in different parts of the country to impart IT skills.
Code Unnati brings together SAP's core ability to generate content for digital literacy, vast reach of our customers and experience that our partner NGOs have in successfully executing literacy programs. These three parties coming together creates a piece of magic, where each of their contributions is beautiful and the sum total is high impact.
One of the key objectives of Code Unnati is to touch people's daily lives in a meaningful manner.
Code Unnati has brought together multiple organisations and NGOs to impart IT skills to the millions of disadvantaged people in India, with the aim of making them employable. By taking this initiative further, we believe a lot of major problems faced by Indian society could be solved.
With a mission to bring digital literacy to every Indian, especially those in rural and remote parts of the country, Code Unnati plays a vital part in realising the government's vision of a truly Digital India.
Curated courses for school students and advanced software skill development courses for the youth.
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Digital literacy & inclusion is the cornerstone for Code Unnati program and we strive to impart IT skills to children, adolescents and youth across India.
On 7th September 2018, Code Unnati program expanded its outreach to Navsari district of Gujarat with the launch of 61 additional Code Unnati computer training centers in 61 schools in 6 blocks - which will train 28,139 students in the region.
Deepa Gujar was just a child when she first started working. Her father had died when she was very young, and being the oldest among six sisters and two brothers, Deepa had to share the brunt of the responsibility of providing for the family. Her mother was a homemaker and couldn't afford to provide for such a large family by herself.
On August 30th, SAP India signed an MoU with NSIC for Skill Development of Small and Medium enterprises and youth on Enterprise Software in the country in presence of Sh. Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship; emphasizing that job opportunities for youth is not a political issue, but a collective responsibility.
Today, we are living in a world that is shaped by technology, globalization and rapid economic growth. And to stay relevant in this world, skill development stands as the key instrument to harness productivity and efficiency.
A very apt synonym for children is ‘possibility’. Every child has enormous potential waiting for the right kind of inspiration and motivation to achieve the apparently unachievable.
With 45% of the world population equipped with internet access and 95% having cell phone coverage, India is still massively lagging behind in digital literacy. Most of us are quite tech-savvy and leave our footprints on social media multiple times a day.
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Rakhi, a 21-year-old school dropout from Bharatpur, comes from a family of 6, which was solely supported by her father-a daily wage earner. After completion of a basic computer education course, Rakhi, along with her sister-a fellow course graduate,
Urban agriculturists who produce vertically in small urban spaces. Book-to-App converters that facilitate mobile education. Health related peripheral device managers and mobile healthcare that provide access to healthcare in remote location and provide targeted care.
Digital Inclusion & Literacy to drive Digital India: With 45% of the world population equipped with internet access and 95% having cell phone coverage, India is still massively lagging behind in digital literacy.