In response to Who does your solution serve, and in what ways will the solution impact their lives?

OK... but hard to have easy overview. Could you provide a more synthetic view ?


In response to What specific problem are you solving?

Too much info, hard to fond your key points

Mr Simran Mulchandani

Dear Pascal thank you for your feedback. We've tried to simplify / make these answers more direct. I hope its clearer now. Thank you, Simran


Your project is very interesting and talks to me as I lived in India for 6 years and have worked with children in school during this time.
It could be interesting to give more details about the use of the app by the children themselves. Will they use it directly at home or at school ? Or only by the facilitator?
You could also give more details about the research on education you used to make the pedagogic sequences.
And a last tip, you haven't answer how will your team use The AI for Humanity Prize to advance your solution, it could be good to have a focus on how it could help your project to grow up.
Good luck !

Mr Simran Mulchandani

Dear Malena - so grateful for your comments and the time you have spent writing them.

We are not an app that children use directly - adding to screen time and the need for more devices. Project Rangeet supports facilitators (educators/parents/community members/high school students) to deliver lessons to children aged 7-16. The facilitator is the fulcrum of any successful learning environment and so we work through them.
They can use it for lessons (75 x 50 minute lessons organised in 3 learning umbrellas - SELF, SOCIETY, ECOLOGY) or it can be used as a learning resource to teach other subjects in a play based manner OR indeed help children with issues they might be facing as a result of the pandemic.

Research basis: Please look at the section entitled : What is your solution? IN this answer we have shared a link to a paper on the pedagogical basis of Project Rangeet. We hope you can read it.

AI for humanity: - we have not yet completed the last section - which we are evaluating and will fill in this week. We thank you for the tip.

If there is anything else we can answer please let us know. We hope to be in touch and learn more about what you are doing. Thank you and best regards



I'm going to take the liberty of asking a lot of questions and being very critical with only one objective: to help you, I hope, to clarify your proposal.

It is a very ambitious project, even idealistic, but so much the better, it is by dreaming bigger that we will change the world! You want to teach children to be healthy, to be responsible for the environment, to fight inequality, etc. That's wonderful but what more do you bring than what parents + the current educational system brings (or should bring)? A way to do this via an application, right? In this case, isn't it a bit in contradiction with the creation of social link? It's at this level that it's not clear to me.

How does the technology really bring something new here? Doesn't a book or a talented teacher already do that well? What do you bring that is not already there?

I have the feeling that you want to improve the education system by developing all forms of intelligence and this is great and really important but I wonder if the way to do it is the right way, have you thought about other solutions? Other ways to act on these subjects?

You describe in the video an ideal world and the tools you show to achieve it seem to already exist for me: education, art, sport, books, etc. I would like to understand how a single app can revolutionize all this?

I remember the idea that we need to change education and make it broader, more inclusive, more focused on mutual aid, justice, compassion, the environment and everything that contributes to a better world but I don't understand how your app can significantly improve that?

Good luck!

Mr Simran Mulchandani

Dear Jan:

Thank you so much for taking the time to read through our submission and for taking the time to reach out to us with your thoughts and feedback. I will try to respond to the best of my ability and hope it answers your questions:

We support educators with a mobile app that features Social Emotional and Ecological Knowledge lesson plans. The app has built in measurement tools.
We have developed 75 50 minute lessons to complement NOT REPLACE any core curriculum. Lessons and activities can be used flexibly by educators as a curriculum taught at a pre appointed time (e.g. once a week), or as a resource or to help children through the pandemic to build resilience and aid in recovery. Currently, our target age group is 7-16.
The educator is irreplaceable, this is not another app adding screen time, and the goal is to liven up the session with joy for every learner.

What is different is the entire package:
-play based learning tools, with the recognition that every child learns differently, organised around the SDGs.
-delivered via an app - thats just a means to an end
-delivered via an app with really detailed lesson plans and videos to deal with last mile issues. -excellent training and capacity building.
-tools that measure student and teacher growth, engagement and enjoyment - iteratively, periodically.
-easy reporting and rich media/data gathering for MIS systems and social media

In a few days thanks to your comments, we are adding some graphics to better explain our solution - your feedback has highlighted that some areas may need better explanation of the value proposition. I hope you will take a second to review them.

If I have not answered your question, I invite you and request you to clarify how I may better respond. And I thank you deeply for your time and best wishes.

Warm regards

Sebastien Vollant

In response to Solution Name:

Hello, I think you answer the questions well. In my role as coach, I would like to emphasize more specifically the virality of your solution. To have the most positive impact on the environment or the health of beneficiaries, for example, the solution must be viral, be able to make volume. You must know many SAAS solutions that have had the ability to become leader in their niche market thanks to the virality of a value proposition with a well thought out business model. I think it's important to keep this comparison in mind and see how your model can be as close as possible to a SAAS business model.

Mr Simran Mulchandani

Dear Sebastien: Firstly we would like to thank you for taking the time to read our submission and share your valuable input. We are 100% in agreement and in fact Project Rangeet is a Saas enterprise. I have not filled in the business model section yet… it should be filled out in the next few days, at which point you will find the following:

The app which sits in the hands of a facilitator (teacher, educator, parent, high school child, community elder etc) helps them to deliver lessons as well as monitor and measure the impact on the children. The cost is USD10/month or USD100 / year for the facilitator to impart knowledge to as many children as they would like. It is a SaaS model and we will ensure that it is clear in the narrative so the reader understands the viral potential of Project Rangeet.

We seek any and all guidance from the community around how to really grow its footprint.

All the best and thank you for writing in. If I have not answered your question - please let me know


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