E-Kids Explorer - Secondary

❝Unlock your child’s creative potential and educate him/her with project management skill, by allowing them to analyze and direct a project with the help of ICT❞

It provides the participant with both fundamental and advanced understanding of the project management function using ICT.

Current Scenario

  • Although ICT has the potential to improve the education system of every country, this is not the case in some of the developing countries because of certain challenges. Technologies allow students to work more productively compared to the past; but the teacher’s role in technology is more demanding than before. ICT has the potential to transform the nature of education, but most developing countries face many challenges. The aim of the study is to present a review of the state of ICT, in the school system, in a developing country, by evaluating the current use of ICT, as well as the challenges encountered when introducing ICT in the classrooms. A qualitative and quantitative research had been used to collect data. Systematic sampling had been done in the schools in terms of region, location (urban/rural) and type of school (government, mission/church, or community).

    Project management and the information & communications technology (ICT) industry go together like jam and toast.

    Fostering a culture in which improvement becomes an inherent, continuous process can pay off quickly, as this mindset not only helps to raise the individual project and programme performance, but can also contribute to the overall bottom line. Essential best practices can enhance students’ approach to ensure more success throughout the entire project lifecycle.

     This programme provides the participant with both fundamental and  advanced understanding of the project management function and assists them in adopting an appropriate project management perspective with regard to the management of projects within their limit.

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  • ICT curriculum has been developed for students learning  the Information and Communication Technology in secondary schools.
  • It provides comprehensive background to go with the practical skills which are learnt at various stages.
  • The curriculum contains the material required by the International Curriculum and the syllabus content for the ICSE, IGCSE, IB, Edexcel, OCR, AQA examination boards for GCSE ICT courses and ICT short courses.
  • ICT curriculum focuses on understanding the theory as well as the practical skills, which will benefit all the students.
  • ICT Curriculum can easily be incorporated into existing school syllabus.
  • Prepares students to be independent and critical thinkers, and autonomous users of ICT.
  • Students at this stage understand technology and are exposed to various applications, globally.
  • They develop software skills, and are tuned to work place simulation, in the process of preparation for tomorrow.
  • The curriculum compliments the school ICT syllabus.
  • Helps students to become confident, creative and productive users of ICT.


  • Appreciate a computer system.
  • Appreciate the technological development of computers.
  • Apply basic skills in the safe use and care of a computer
  • Develop skills to use application packages.
  • Appreciate the role of computer applications in carrying out day to day business and organizational tasks.
  • Understand the role of Information and CommunicationTechnology in mental, moral, social and spiritual development.
  • Develop abilities to interact more efficiently with the wider community.
  • Appreciate the use of programming as a tool for problem solving.
  • Appreciate the impact of computer technology on the society.
  • Acquire basic knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for adapting to a fast-changing, technological world.
  • Develop a firm base for further education and training.
  • Tests will be incorporated in all the theoretical lessons.
  • Students should advance to next lesson after scoring 100% marks in the test.
  • Graphics and animations will be provided as a part of the lessons to understand the theory clearly.
  • General knowledge theme based on ICT.
  • Tech Views, Group discussions, Ethical Issues, Lesson labs