Over 3 Lakh students from 11 states have piloted the CSpathshala curriculum in 2019-20 and 2/3rd of these are Government schools in 4 languages (English, Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi). Of these, 427 schools with 200,000 students from AP social and tribal welfare have adopted CSpathshala curriculum. In addition to this Tamil Nadu SCERT has adopted the unplugged computational thinking curriculum as part of its mathematics curriculum for 30,000 schools from 2018. 5,600 teachers from 2650 institutes have been trained through 93 awareness workshops and training programs.
The second year of Bebras India computational thinking challenge (2019) saw participation of 178,239 students from 15 states in age groups 8-18 in 5 languages. This follows participation of 137,071 students from 11 states in 4 languages in 2018.
Partnerships have been forged with Cambridge University Press, Chintu Gudiya Foundation, Codechef, Dassault Systemes Foundation, Genwise, Google India, GS Labs, IISER Pune, Microsoft India, Plezmo, Rotary Club of Pimpri, Recherche Tech, Reliscore, Sakal NIE (Newspaper in Education), and Teachers of India. CSpathshala’s leadership in CT education in India is increasingly getting noticed and recognized. CSpathshala provided inputs to the education policy committee on the need to include computational thinking in curriculum. The draft National Education Policy 2019 recognises and recommends teaching of Computational Thinking from age 6.