Samsung India is all ready to conduct a 2-year research to know out how to improve learning results for school students and how their levels of stress can be lowered, the firm claimed to the media in an interview. Dubbed as the MyDream project, the research is in association with Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti and UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP). The research will demonstrate how project-supported and SEL (socio-emotional learning) can be employed to boost learning abilities of students as defined by their science and mathematics marks and also to lower levels of their stress.
“Samsung is proud to join hands with Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti and UNESCO-MGIEP on this innovative study that seeks to change education that will empower kids with skills for the modern era,” claimed Corporate Vice President at Samsung India, Peter Rhee, to the media in an interview. The research will be performed in 64 schools where Samsung already runs a Samsung Smart Class.
On a related note, Samsung’s Research and Development Institute in India has the highest amount of patent submissions in the IT sector. TCS and Wipro followed in the list respectively in second and third position. As per the report of Office of the Controller General of designs, patents, geographical indications, as well as trademarks, which is published once in a year, the other peak companies in the race involves HCL Technologies and Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs).
HCL, IITs, Wipro, TCS, and Samsung Research and Development Institute of India, have submitted 49, 60, 149, 213, and 229 applications, respectively. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has topped the chart in the category of Scientific and Research and Development Organizations. Supplementary, when it comes to foreign companies, General Electric Company filed 446 applications, Huawei Technologies filed 648 applications, Samsung Electronics filed 905 applications, Koninklijke Philips filed 949, and US-based chip Qualcomm filed 1,884 patent applications.