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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.
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.
Youngsters trained on next-gen technology - 10,000
Adolescents and children trained in digital literacy - 500,000
Adolescents trained in code week - 200,000
The vision of Code Unnati initiative is “Powering Opportunity through Digital Inclusion.”
Our mission is to foster digital literacy and develop digital competencies to contribute towards social and economic development among Adolescents, Youth, Citizens & Differently abled.
Curated courses for school students and advanced software skill development courses for the youth -
For Children and Adolescents- Syllabus created for 1st - 10th Std.
For Adults- Courses in C, .NET, Java, SAP Data Science.
Deb Deep Sengupta, President and Managing Director, SAP Indian Subcontinent, said, "Only 10% of India’s population is digitally literate. With technology at the core of everything we do, it is our responsibility to join forces and collaborate with India Inc. to help create a Digital India. ‘Code Unnati’ is envisioned to equip citizens with the most pertinent IT skills that will make them more relevant in the job market, and empower them to become future-ready."
'Unnati' is a Sanskrit word that means prosperity, empowerment or development and the initiative delivers on all three aspects.
The platform has the following features:-
- Easy to use
- Elegant styles
- Light internet Usage
- Unique design
- Android support
- Free subscription
Students can follow these steps:
- Download App
- Complete Profile
- Choose Course
- Apply for Job
NDLM stands for National Digital Literacy Mission. It has been initiated with the vision to empower at least one person per household with crucial digital literacy skills by 2020.
Digital literacy refers to an individual's ability to find, evaluate, and compose clear information through writing and other mediums on various digital platforms
Here is how 22-year-old Deepa Gujar's life took a turn for the better, thanks to a digital literacy training programme.
Not just technical training, Code Unnati programs focus on overall personality development and improving the communication skills of students. Students share their learning experience at the Code Unnati workshop conducted by SAP Labs India.
Code Unnati initiative has won several awards & recognition in the past couple of years. Recently SAP won the ET Now award for best Digital Skilling initiative.
Code Unnati has partnered with 6 diverse non-profit organizations to impart digital literacy to children, adolescents, the differently-abled and other citizens and drive employment-led software skills development for the underprivileged.
Code Unnati follows an advanced curriculum designed in consultation with academia & government partners - incorporating respective state syllabus requirements. Our training centers offer free-of-cost courses on advanced subjects like
- Data Science
- other coding languages.
After empowering rural India with digital literacy, Code Unnati took another huge step by extending out their reach & support to underprivileged kids in urban cities.
With the intent of educating them about the digital world, Code Unnati Youth Centres were inaugurated in Dharavi, Mumbai in May 2018.
Partnered with HOPE Foundation India, SAP volunteers taught computer programming and codes to over 30 students enrolled in the Dharavi Youth Center to learn digital skills.
The program began in June 2017 and aims to train over 1 million children, adolescents and citizens..
Code Unnati program has impacted over 700,000 citizens, youth & adolescents through digital literacy & skilling programs.