Teaching computer science in 1.6 millions schools across the country by 2030 is a grand challenge. We are looking for partners to realize this vision. We seek help from NGOs in the education sector, Corporates and Individuals.

If your organization is interested in partnering with us, kindly write to us at admin <AT> cspathshala.org

Supported By

TCS is the global leader in IT services, partnering with client to strengthen and transform their business. TCS CSR group engages in several initiatives like Bridge IT: a youth entrepreneurship program – aimed at bridging the digital divide that prevents those in disadvantaged Indian communities from having access to the digital economy, by providing training, seed funding, technology equipment, software and mentoring to youth in rural and disadvantaged communities; Youth Employability program, as part of which students from rural colleges gain in-demand, industry relevant skills, and receive mentoring by IT professionals over a two-year period, helping them bridge the gap between education and a technology career; Adult literacy program ; and many more including education and skilling initiatives like goIT that empowers students with the skills they need to be successful in the digital economy and IMFIS that offers lesson plans and study materials that weave computational thinking into school core curriculum subjects like math, sciences, and social studies.


More than 65% of students will work in jobs that don’t even exist today. We want to help prepare them for that future by getting them excited about where computer science (CS) can take them. So we’re building programs and supporting partners that reach millions of students every year, with a focus on girls and others who are underrepresented in the field today.


GS Lab works with customers building innovative products and services, helping them nurture their ideas, staying with them during market validation and scaling them into viable businesses. Our deep and varied technology expertise, complemented by a customer-centric engagement model helps our customers craft solutions for critical business and technological challenges. We are a partner to our customers, sharing their vision while mitigating their risks.


Microsoft Research aims to become one of the best computing research laboratories in the world, and therefore hires the most talented researches across various disciplines. Our academic research model promotes creativity and independent thinking, while providing a challenging and open work environment. While Microsoft Research India has defined certain research areas, we encourage our researchers to pursue projects of their choice. We work closely with our sister labs across the world to promote engagements amongst researchers, which leads to cooperation on research projects and exposure to the work being done in the other labs. As a result of our focus on hiring the best minds in computing research, Microsoft Research can count some of the best known names in computing research as our employees, including several Turing award winners. Microsoft Research India also works closely with leading universities in India, through research collaborations, PhD Fellowships, travel grants, intern programs, and research funding.

Dassault Systemes Foundation is dedicated to transforming the future of education and research with the learning and discovery capabilities of 3D technology and virtual universes. Dassault Systemes Foundation supports projects in India to bring about transformation in Education and Research. It is working with the objective to improve engineering skills and support innovation in Indian Academia/ Research Centres, to accelerate education transformation, to encourage scientific research, to encourage vocation for science and engineering among young people and to support education programs for Underprivileged & Specially abled citizens. Dassault Systemes Foundation will help teachers, learners and scientist to leverage the power of 3D virtual world to stretch the limits of knowledge and to invent new ways to pass on this knowledge to current and future generations of Indian thinkers, inventors, builders and leaders

Government Partners

The A.P. Social Welfare Ministry had invented a separate wing, termed APSWREIS in 1984 for the educational needs of SC/ST/BC children within its domain. Major motto of Society is to provide School and Intermediate education to girls and boys, through 187 institutions spread across the breadth and length of the state. APSWREIS students are learning Computational Thinking using CSpathshala curriculum.


Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is Government of India’s flagshipprogramme for achievement of Universalization of Elementary Education (UEE) in a time bound manner, as mandated by 86th amendment to the Constitution of India making free and compulsory Education to the Children of 6-14 years age group, a Fundamental Right. 53 schools in Sabarkantha district are piloting Computational thinking curriculum.


NGO Partners

Proposed by the National Knowledge Commission in 2008, the portal, an initiative of Azim Premji Foundation, is a platform for teachers, teacher educators and others working in education in India.

The Teachers of India Portal aims to create a vibrant community of teachers through the sharing of knowledge and experience on a common platform. The range of teaching and learning resources available to teachers on the portal will enrich their knowledge of subject content and pedagogy, demonstrate new approaches to classroom practice and provide concrete support in the form of teaching/learning material.


Gurushala is an initiative of Indus Towers Ltd. and Vodafone Idea Foundation and is implemented by Pratham Education Foundation. The idea driving Gurushala dates back to 2012 when a digital education programme was piloted in 151 under-resourced and low-cost schools across India. The programme aimed to positively impact the learning levels of students by equipping schools with digital technology and training upper-primary math and science teachers to integrate technology and innovative group learning pedagogies inside the classroom.

Over the years, the programme worked with schools across diverse geographies, cultures, languages and other socio-economic characteristics. In this process, it generated a rich pool of knowledge and insights about the problems that Indian teachers face inside their classrooms and innovative and scalable solutions to solve those problems. The need to provide teachers with an integrated platform for self-paced capacity development, access to varied resources and connect with peer teachers was realized. The growing penetration of internet and smart-phones in both rural and urban areas offered an opportunity to transform this need into the idea of an online teacher portal.

 In 2019, this idea translated into reality with the launch of Gurushala.


Publishing Partners

Cambridge University Press in India provides educational and academic materials to millions of learners in India and South Asia, and our focus is on the development of affordable and high-quality educational products.

Cambridge University Press is part of the University of Cambridge. It furthers the University’s mission by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. Playing a leading role in today’s global market place, we have over 50 offices around the globe, and distribute our products to nearly every country in the world.


Technology Partners

Soft Corner is a privately owned software firm. We have been offshore development partners for several companies in USA and Europe for turnkey development of software products.


CodeChef is a not-for-profit educational initiative by Directi. It is a global programming community that fosters learning and friendly competition, built on top of the world’s largest competitive programming platform. We have also built a large community of problem curators.

CodeChef was created as a platform to help programmers make it big in the world of algorithms, computer programming and programming contests. We host three featured contests every month and give away prizes and goodies to the winners as encouragement. Apart from this, the platform is open to the entire programming community to host their own contests. Major institutions and organizations across the globe use our platform to host their contests. On an average, 30+ external contests are hosted on our platform every month.


Recherche Tech LLP exists with the sole purpose of unearthing the exotic and obscure technologies with the help of deep research. We innovate with them to create products and solutions for adoption of ICT in education for the benefit of the masses.

Recherche Tech, with its My sCool Server offering aims to usher in a socio-economic revolution by simplifying IT adoption to make computer literacy and digital inclusion affordable and achievable across all strata of society.