Developed in partnership with IIT Bombay's Spoken Tutorial Project, Ekal on Wheels won the Digital India Conclave's Digital Trailblazers Award in 2016.
Ekal on Wheels The first Ekal on Wheels bus was rolled out in 2015. Ekal currently operates 43 mobile computer labs across India
Rural girls and boys gained digital literacy
Mobile computer labs
The Ekal on Wheels curriculum focuses on building technology skills and financial literacy, and entrepreneurship development. Most students are first learners and have never used computers before.
“The Ekal on Wheels program gave me the skills and knowledge to become a data entry operator. Without Ekal, I could never have afforded computer training. This program changed my life.”
"I used a laptop for the first time through Ekal on Wheels. Now, I have a computer shop that prints photographs and photocopies and provides computer access to the community. I have begun earning ten to fifteen thousand rupees every month."