The Ananda Lahari Abhyasana programme is a product of an exclusive collaboration between RiVER (Rishi Valley institute for Educational Resources), TIDE, and the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. This collaboration has resulted in the multi-grade, multi-level approach adopted across Grades 1 to 5 in 1500 government elementary schools across the state.


TIDE for PALEC (Programme d'amelioration de la lecture, l'écriture et le calcule) is a collaborative effort between TIDE, India and the Ministry of Education, Govt. of Cote d'Ivoire, in improving the quality of rural education for Ivoirian children and raising their learning outcomes.

In 25 government and community schools, it focuses specifically on reading, writing, and Arithmetic, in French. This initiate has been undertaken as part of the TRECC (Transformer L'Education Dans les Communautes de Cacao) programme.

The programme includes curriculum development, an optimal mix of offline and online learning, teacher training and support.


The KhuShi programme or Khushal Bharit Shikshan, is a collaborative effort between the Government of Goa and TIDE learning. In 25 government schools across the state, It focuses on the state’s primary education, specifically grades 1 & 2, and the pedagogical practices inside the classroom. It is a multi-grade, multi-level programme,  already a reality in Goa, enabled by self-paced, grouped learning enabled through technology. 


TIDE and Technology

TIDE introduces technology for management stakeholders as well as teachers and students in the classroom, in an effective and non-intrusive way.

technology meets pedagogy, seamlessly.

For teachers and students:

  • easy access to content
  • improved classroom interactions
  • identifying and supporting fast / slow learners
  • reducing teacher's management load
  • variety of content for practise

For Education Systems

  • real time feedback of the system and targets
  • continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE)
  • continuous methodology support
  • enhanced value and experience
  • content flexibility and localisation