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Title: eLearning. IT literacy . mission. Educational. eGovernance


1
A Digital Revolutionwww.mkcl.org
  • Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Ltd.

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eLearning
IT literacy mission
MKCl Finishing schools
digital university
Network of Authorized Learning Centers
Educational eGovernance
WAVE World-class Academy for Vocational excellence
digital college
Web-based Management framework
digital school
OASIS Online Application Solutions Integrated
services
EASY Employment Assistance Services to Youth
eGovernance
IT Infrastructure services
national international scale up
Eco Parks
Nurturing Excellence and Talent
Community Development
eEmpowerment
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About MKCL
  • MKCL is a Public Limited Company
  • Promoted by the Department of Higher and
    Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra,
    India to create new paradigm in education and
    development through universalization and
    integration of Information Technology in
    teaching, learning and educational management
    processes.
  • Business Operations commenced on July 01, 2002
  • 9 years of self-sustaining, wealth-creating and
    ever growing operations with social accountability

4
Vision
  • To develop learning, governance and empowerment
    systems which are world-class and value-based and
    which are responsive to the individual and social
    developmental needs of the people by bridging the
    Digital Divide.

5
Mission
  • To offer life-long learning, governance and
    empowerment services through appropriate
    partnerships
  • to a very large population with various
    diversities Bigger
  • with high quality of relevance and applicability
    in life and work Better
  • at an affordable cost Cheaper
  • within a shortest possible time Faster
  • with a wide accessibility from metros to
    villages Wider
  • in a mass-personalized manner Deeper Personal
    Experience
  • as it is critical for survival, development
    and empowerment of individuals, communities and
    nations.

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Six Simultaneous Challenges
Bigger
e
Deeper
Better
Learning Governance Empowerment
Cheaper
Wider
Faster
7
Goals
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Board of Directors
  • Chairman
  • Honble Shri. Rajesh Tope
  • Minister For Higher Technical Education,
  • Nominee Director of Government of Maharashtra
  • Vice Chairperson
  • Honble Mrs. Varsha Gaikwad
  • Minister of State for Higher and Technical
    Education
  • Government of Maharashtra
  • Nominee Director of Government of Maharashtra

9
Board of Directors
  • Professor Ram Takwale, Ex Vice Chancellor, IGNO
    University, YCMO University, Pune University
  • Professor Ashok Kolaskar, Ex Vice Chancellor,
    KIIT University, Orissa
  • Dr. K.B.Patil, Vice-Chancellor, North Maharashtra
    University, Jalgaon
  • Mr. Avinash Patil, Member- Governing Board
    Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education
    (MSBTE)
  • Dr. (Ms.) Kamal Singh, Vice ChancellorSant Gadge
    Baba Amravati University, Amravati
  • Mr. Vivek Sawant, Managing Director
  • Mr. Umesh Nagda, Director Finance

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Equity Profile
  • Authorized Capital Rs. 20.00 Crores (Rs.200 Mn)
  • Subscribed Capital Rs. 08.08 Crores (Rs.80.8 Mn)
  • Shareholders
  • Government of Maharashtra Rs. 3 Crores, 37.13
  • Universities Rs. 2.74 Crores, 33.91
  • Educational Institutions Rs. 0.020 Crores, 0.26
  • Others Rs. 2.32 Crores, 28.7
  • Industries and organizations
  • Teachers and Students
  • Directors and Employees

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Financials
12
Dividends, Bonus and Rights
13
MKCL Offices in Maharashtra
MKCL's BO, Bandra,
MKCL's BO, Vashi, Navi Mumbai
MKCL's BO, CST
Registered Office Development and Operations
Center, Pune
MKCLs BOICC B Wing Pune
MKCL's BO, Hotel Management and Catering
Technology, Pune
14
MKCLs Programs
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MKCLs Enabling Programs
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Infrastructure Development Program
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Infrastructure Development Program
19
Information Technology Infrastructure Development
Program
  • Large server infrastructure and web-hosting
    facility
  • A base of about 40,000 desktops connected in
    about 5000 LANs, State-wide Distributed Classroom
    at 5000 locations across Maharashtra,
  • Broadband VPN, nation-wide Multipoint Video
    Conferencing Facility for delivery of high-end
    courses, eLibrary of structured eLearning and
    archived video content
  • State-wide Asset Management and Monitoring
    System, SMS and IVRS Gateways, Webcasting
    Servers, Instant Messaging Solutions, Security,
    Back-up and Recovery Solutions.
  • These facilities are the largest and one of their
    kinds in the Indian academic sector.

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Software Technology Development Program
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eLearning Frameworks Development Program
  • MKCL's eLearning Suite is available to customers
    under the brand name ERA (eLearning Revolution
    for All)

http//elearning.mkcl.org/
ERA Course home page
22
ERA Deployment at a Glance
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eContent Development Program
  • The eContent development team at MKCL
  • Monitors the development of e-content
  • Creates engaging learning experiences
  • Imbibes global values relevant to 21st century
    through experiential learning.
  • Conducts research and development on the
    different instructional designing strategies

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eContent Development Showcase
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Channel Partner Network Management Program
  • 5000 Authorized Learning Centers (ALCs) with
    balanced statewide coverage in 35 districts in
  • Metropolitan
  • Urban
  • Semi-urban
  • Rural
  • Tribal and Hilly
  • areas of the state

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MKCLs Statewide Network
  • 40,000 Internet and Multimedia ready PIV Personal
    Computers with windows 2003 servers and XP
    clients and application software and LAN based
    LMS supported content with rich voice over
  • Upgradation to Windows Vista and Office 2007 wef
    April 2008

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MKCLs Statewide Network
  • 10 Regional Lead Centers (RLCs)
  • 42 District Level Local Lead Centers (LLCs)
  • 350 Tehsil Level Lead Centers (TLCs)
  • 500 Supervised On-line Examination Centers
  • 5000 Authorized Learning Centers (ALCs)
  • 12,000 Certified Teachers, Counselors,
    Coordinators and Systems Administrators .
  • 5.5 Million Registered Learners in last 9 years
  • 1 Million Beneficiaries of Online Services

28
Dehradun
MKCLs State Lead Centers
New Delhi
Lucknow
Patna
Bhopal
Ranchi
Raipur
Hyderabad
Panjim
Bengluru
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http//education.mkcl.org/
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IT Literacy and Functionality Program
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MS-CIT
  • Offered in the state of Maharashtra
  • Has received a wide acclaim all over the state
    and has attracted over 5.5 million learners in
    the last 9 years including students and teachers,
    professionals such as
  • doctors and nurses
  • entrepreneurs,
  • farmers and workers,
  • housewives and
  • senior citizens, etc.

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MKCL's World-class Academy for Vocational
Excellence
  • Job oriented courses of MKCL's WAVE
  • Digital Arts Graphics AnimationDiploma in
    Image Editing Diploma in Content Illustration
    Diploma in Desk Top Publishing Diploma in Web
    Designing Diploma in 2-D Animation Diploma in
    Video Editing Basic Diploma in 3D Modeling
    Advanced Diploma in 3D Modeling

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MKCL's World-class Academies Development Program
  • Job oriented courses of MKCL's WAVE
  • CADDiploma in CAD (Autocad)
  • MANAGEMENTDiploma in Retail ManagementDiploma
    in Customer Service ManagementDiploma in
    Banking, Financial services and InsuranceDiploma
    in Selling Skills

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MKCL's World-class Academies Development Program
  • Job oriented courses of MKCL's WAVE
  • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
  • Diploma in Financial Accounting with ERP
    Tally, ERP 9
  • PROGRAMMING
  • Diploma in Programming in C Turbo C
  • Diploma in Programming in C Turbo C
  • Diploma in Programming in C .Net
  • Diploma in Programming in Java

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MKCL's World-class Academies Development Program
  • Job oriented courses of MKCL's WAVE
  • HARDWARE NETWORKING SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
    SECURITY
  • Diploma in Computer Hardware and Networking
  • Diploma in Windows 2008 System
    Administration (Basic)
  • Diploma in Windows 2008 System
    Administration (Advanced)
  • Diploma in Linux System Administration
    (Basic)
  • Diploma in Linux System Administration
    (Advanced)
  • Diploma in Cyber Security Administration

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Diploma in IT for Teachers
  • A 13 week course that empowers primary,
    secondary, higher secondary and college Teachers
    to make effective and efficient use of
    Information Technology in various
    teaching-learning and educational management
    processes.

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http//eduegov.mkcl.org/
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Educational e-Gorvernance Programs
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Digital University (DU)
  • Facilitated more than 3 million learners across
    all universities in Maharashtra in last 6 years.
  • Digital University Framework coupled with
    Digital College Framework has been implemented at
    10 Universities and 3000 colleges in India
    supporting over 5,00,000 students this year.

42
Solapur University Homepage with various Digital
University services
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Satisfied Digital University Clients
  • Within Maharashtra State
  • Mumbai University, Mumbai
  • University of Pune (for External Students), Pune
  • North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
  • Shivaji University, Kolhapur
  • Solapur University, Solapur
  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University, Aurangabad
  • Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University,
    Nanded
  • SNDT Womens University, Mumbai
  • Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University,
    Nagpur
  • Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University,
    Nasik
  • Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education,
    Mumbai
  • Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati

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Satisfied Digital University Clients
  • Other states in India
  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University,
    Ahmedabad, (Gujarat)
  • Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam
  • Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Varma Kachchh
    University, Bhuj

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  • Digital University has crossed the state
    boundaries and started offering Digital
    University eServices to Universities in Delhi,
    Gujarat, Kerala and Rajasthan.

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Online Application Solutions and Integrated
Services (OASIS)
  • OASIS empowers IT supported e-Application
    processes in the field of
  • Admission
  • Selection
  • Recruitment in particular and
  • eGovernance processes in general

47
  • eRecruitment Framework has been used for
    recruitment on 15000 positions receiving online
    applications from over 400,000 candidates in
    various Government Departments, Ministries,
    Corporations, Semi-Government Bodies.


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Employment Assistance Services to Youth (EASY)
  • A multifaceted job portal for career seekers as
    well as the employers which offers jobs not only
    from private entrepreneurs but Government as well.

49
MKCL's Libreria - Library Management System
  • Designed and developed by MKCL to automate all
    functionalities and operations of library
    according to international standards.

50
MKCL's Libreria - Library Management System
  • Libreria offers an efficient, flexible, cost
    effective and user friendly systems for Academic
    libraries, Colleges, Corporate houses as well as
    Public libraries.

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http//egovernance.mkcl.org/
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National e-Governance Plan
  • Make all Government services accessible to the
    common man in his locality, through common
    service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency,
    transparency reliability of such services at
    affordable costs to realize the basic needs of
    the common man

53
Secured Electronic Tendering System (SeTS)
  • MKCL's Secured Electronic Tendering System (SeTS)
    is an end-to-end online tendering solution
    designed and devised to perform every activity in
    the tender cycle.
  • SeTS is a proven software which can be used in
    any government undertaking, public limited
    company, and corporate house.

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Client SpeaksThe e-Tendering application of
SETS is beneficial to both, MSEB and Suppliers.
SETS reduced the paper chasing and accelerated
the tender process thereby reducing the lead time
for procurement and reduced the cost of tendering
substantially. - Maharashtra State Power
Generation Company Limited (MSPGCL)
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eTendering solutions
  • eTendering solutions along with database
    administration services successfully were used
    by
  • Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution
    Company Limited (MSEDCL)
  • Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission
    Company Limited (MSETCL)
  • Maharashtra State Power Generation Company
    Limited (MSPGCL)

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Estimated value of tenders floated through the
eTendering solutions powered by MKCL
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http//community.mkcl.org/
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Community Development eEmpowerment Programs
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Hobby Home
  • An innovative project jointly initiated by
    Grammangal and Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation
    Ltd. (MKCL)
  • Based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences
    proposed by the acclaimed scholar Howard Gardner

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Hobby Home
MKCL has 251 Hobby Homes across Maharashtra A
new Hobby Home with English medium of learning
has been started in Solapur district.
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Nurturance of Excellence and Talent (NET)
  • Jointly Launched by MKCL along-with Indian
    Consortium for Educational Transformation
    (I-CONSENT)
  • MKCL believes that excellence can be nurtured
    amongst school children by identifying their
    natural talent, providing them with appropriate
    guidance and creating measures to grade them as
    per the international standards.

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Nurturance of Excellence and Talent (NET)
  • Top 35 students along with their parents,
    teachers and ALC coordinators were felicitated as
    Maharashtra Olympiad Scholars at the hands of
    eminent personalities

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Prayog Parivar Kendra (PPK)
  • Started in the year 2006 through MKCLs 14
    Authorized Learning Centre (ALCs)
  • Aims to encourage students to conduct experiments
  • DVDs containing visual aids and detailed
    information about the experiments have been
    produced

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Digital School
  • Unique project undertaken by MKCL, that provides
    the school children, a technology enabled and
    teacher facilitated learning environment inside
    their own brick and mortar school

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Digital School
  • Under Digital School, every school student gets
    an opportunity to experience personalized, self
    paced, collaborative learning, created by the
    learning experts with multimedia elements such as
    interesting graphics, animations and simulations.

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Digital School
  • Digital School project was launched at 397
    schools under Rayat Shikshan Sanstha for the
    students of 5th to 10th std . Around 1004
    learning facilitators were trained about use of
    technology given under Digital School.

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Kumar Nirman
  • Kumar Nirman is started for 7th to 9th std.
    students with an aim to develop responsible
    citizenship amongst them.
  • It also aims to develop values like
  • truth,
  • love,
  • non-violence,
  • freedom,
  • independence,
  • equality,
  • science and experimental spirit through story
    telling, reading, films, discussions, group
    activities, experiments, games etc.

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Life Long Learning Community Development Program
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eB.Ed-Bachelor of eEducation
  • Jointly initiated by I-CONSENT, Yashwantrao
    Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) and
    MKCL in the year 2006
  • In the year 2009, a pilot project for eB.Ed was
    started at Nasik, Pune and Mumbai. 47 application
    forms have been finalized out of a total of 120
    applications received.

e
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Early Childhood Educators
  • This program aims at creating virtual
    universities for Early Childhood Educators.
  • This year, MKCL conducted a survey of 680
    nurseries in order to train educators through
    virtual centers.

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Youth in Search of Life Mission-Nirman
  • Nirman was started by SEARCH (Society for
    Education, Action and Research in Community
    Health) along with MKCL in June 2006 as an
    initiative to sensitize youth in Maharashtra to
    societal problems and to identify and nurture
    social change makers.

NIRMANites during a camp at SEARCH, in
Gadchiroli
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Youth in Search of Life Mission-Nirman
  • From April 2009 to March 2010, five Nirman
    fellows have worked on issues like environment,
    eLearning, education to community health workers
    through eLearning, watershed development, rural
    employment scheme, and children education.

Discussion session at NIRMMAN Camps
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Watershed Development Program
  • As a part of corporate citizenship, MKCL has
    taken initiatives to resolve the problem of water
    scarcity by spreading awareness, training college
    students about Continuous Contour Trenching
    (CCT). Various Universities have taken
    responsibility to act as advisor for the same.

Continuous Contour Trenching
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Watershed Development Program
  • A status report, which included the research on
    techniques of rainwater retention in ancient
    India, Rain Water Harvesting, Ground Water
    Recharge, was submitted to NAMSAT centre in
    August 2009.

Continuous Contour Trenching
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Rurban Sustainable Habitat Development Program
  • Rurban Sustainable Habitat Development Program
    aims to create interest amongst school children
    about Environment Science.
  • Laboratories will be build so that students are
    able to conduct experiments related to
    environment science.
  • Schools can also arrange 1-day workshop in the
    eco-park.
  • Starting at Mohol Taluka in Solapur District on a
    7.5 acre land.

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eEmpowerment Program
  • MAC- MKCL Assessment Centre
  • Started in February 2010 in Solapur through 19
    MKCL centres.
  • Aims to help students to assess their knowledge
    through various tests. These tests are especially
    helpful to prepare for various entrance exams.

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eEmpowerment Program
  • KNIT- Knowledge Networking Inspiring
    Transformation
  • Launched in February 2010
  • A unique initiative under which MKCL is offering
    an Internet Based Knowledge and Data Management
    platform for NGOs
  • aims to help NGOs gain operational efficiencies
    using the internet and Information technology,
    while ensuring a minimum learning curve.

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MKCL Subsidiary and Joint Ventures
Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited, Jaipur,
India
MKCL Arabia Limited, Saudi Arabia
MKCL International FZE, UAE
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International Business Development Programs
  • International Business Development program takes
    up initiatives for MKCL's international scale up.
  • MKCL has established MKCL International Free Zone
    Establishment, its 100 subsidiary company at
    Sharjah, UAE

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International Business Development Programs
  • Started the educational activities through it in
    King Saud University of Saudi Arabia in 2007.
  • On January 30,  2008, MKCL International FZE
    registered a joint-venture company, MKCL Arabia
    Ltd.  in Saudi Arabia.
  • Since then, MKCLs programs are being promoted
    and conducted in Saudi Arabia through MKCL Arabia
    Ltd.

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MKCL Highlights
  • Capacity Building
  • Network of 5000 Authorized Learning Centers in
    the state well equipped with more than 40, 000
    computers with state-of-the-art hardware,
    software and internet connectivity
  • Huge capacity building and enrichment of
    infrastructural, financial, human and
    intellectual resources for the state for
    providing learning, governance and empowerment
    services to people
  • Network Coverage in all metropolitan, urban,
    semi-urban, rural, tribal and hilly areas of the
    state
  • Network Coverage in all districts and tehsils of
    the state

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MKCL Highlights
  • Services to the People
  • 5.5 million youth in the state were given
    state-of-the-art IT Literacy Training through
    MKCLs MS-CIT course in last 9 years at
    affordable cost
  • Providing job-oriented vocational training in 25
    disciplines to the youth through MKCLs
    World-class Academy for Vocational Excellence
    (WAVE)
  • Providing direct student facilitation services
    to 1.2 million University students in 11
    universities in the state through MKCLs Digital
    University Framework
  • 2 million youth have been given Online Admission
    and Online Government Recruitment Services across
    the state through MKCLs OASIS Framework
  • Nurturance of Excellence and Talent for Science
    and Mathematics Olympiad for School Children

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MKCL Highlights
  • Services to the People
  • Network of Prayog Parivar Kendra for School
    Children
  • Network of Hobby Homes in the state for Multiple
    Intelligences development of Children
  • Managed eTendering services through MKCLs
    eTendering technology for tenders worth Rs.
    25,000 crore for MSEB upto March 31, 2010
  • Establishment of Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation
    Limited in collaboration with Government of
    Rajasthan
  • Establishment of MKCL Arabia Limited at Riyadh
    for propagation of IT education and MKCLs other
    programs in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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MKCL Highlights
  • Employment Generation
  • 25,000 youth in the state got direct high-tech
    employment and self-employment opportunities in
    this network with decent and stable income at
    their own native places without migrating to
    Mumbai, Pune or nearby cities. 
  • 1,00,000 youth in the state got indirect job
    opportunities in this network at their own native
    places

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MKCL Highlights
  • Financial Benefits to the Government
  • Turnover grew from Rs. 200 million to Rs. 2378
    million in eight years i.e. from 2002-03 to
    2009-10 and Profit after Tax in 2009-10 Rs. 203
    million gives a confidence to state established
    enterprises
  • Paid Rs. 1006 million to Government of
    Maharashtra in last eight years by way of
    dividends, interests, examination fees, etc.
    against GoMs equity of Rs. 30 million
  • Paid Rs. 416 million to Government of India in
    eight years by way of taxes

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