Hindustan Times has revamped its school edition under the HT Pace programme and brightened the morning of more than four lakh students in over 1,000 schools across its Delhi-NCR network. The school edition will be revamped in Mumbai and Chandigarh next month.
HT Pace-Partnerships for Action in Education has been the frontrunner in the school contact programme since 1998.Â BuildingÂ further on the strong, two-decade long relationship that HT-Pace has shared with schools and in continuation of HTâs endeavour towards excellence, the English daily has revamped the HT School Edition for Delhi-NCR.
Talking about the Pace programme, Anapoorna Sehgal, Head, Education, HT Media, said, âThe Hindustan Times School Contact Programme is today a trusted partner of schools, well-established as a frontrunner of all similar initiatives in the country. Our mission to bring the world into the classroom has received tremendous impetus from an eager school community with principals, educationalists and students partnering with us to make learning a fun-filled,Â life-long engagementÂ viaÂ the powerful medium of the newspaper,Â supported by a gamut of activities, events, workshops and curriculum modules.â
This new edition is the result of continuous progress based on feedback from all key stakeholders, viz a viz, teachers, students and parents and now in itsÂ all-newÂ avatar brings in industry-leading changes with more focus on visual cues and keeping the fun of reading and learning for the young minds.Â This refreshing student edition is the Hindustan Timesâ salute to Gen-ZâsÂ healthy appetite for knowledge, its unlimited energy, excitement and curiosity about everything.
Kunal Pradhan, Executive Editor, Hindustan Times, said, âThere is an information overload these days, and it is important how news is curated, particularly for young minds. They need content that is enlightening, entertaining and informative. We have taken feedback from students and teachers and put together something especially for them. This is a revamped paper that will constantly evolve as we get more inputs because we believe that the readers of today are the leaders of tomorrow."