Samsung’s MyDream Project May Ease Indian Students’ Stress In Learning

Jyotis - Nov 28, 2018

Samsung’s MyDream Project May Ease Indian Students’ Stress In Learning

The MyDream project focuses on how to turn students' learning to something funnier and less stressful!

On Monday, Samsung stated that the company finalized conducting its latest research on ways to help students at middle schools to learn more effectively as well as reduce students’ stress to a lower level. This research lasting in two years is called the MyDream project.


The project implementing units include Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti and MGIEP of the UNESCO. Meanwhile, MGIEP is an acronym for Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development.

The MyDream project focuses on mining the social and emotional learning (SEL for short) to enhance students’ learning outcomes that can be evaluated via scores in mathematics or sciences. Also, reducing students’ stress levels in learning is also an essential factor to consider.


According to a statement given by Peter Rhee who represents Samsung in India as a Corporate Vice President, the company has expressed its firm belief in the cooperation with Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti and UNESCO’s MGIEP. He added that MyDream would innovate education to equip middle school students with the essential skills in the present century.

The coverage of this research will include up to 64 schools in the system of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya schools. These schools are places where a Samsung Smart Class is run.


The director of UNESCO-MGIEP, Anantha K Duraiappah shared the MyDream project’s ideas that they went in search of how to turn students' learning to something funnier and less stressful and as a consequence, they could build up young people with both intellect and emotion.

Moreover, this is another USP of this project as it can find several useful ways to improve the learning outcomes and reduce students stress to a more pleasant level. Duraiappah further said that their collaboration would be expanded to the global scale, instead of only in India.

When the MyDream project is complete, the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India will receive a comprehensive report as well as similar recommendations.


As per Samsung, the company made its announcement on the cooperation with the Government of Andhra Pradesh regarding establishing Samsung Smart Class at 14 colleges in this area. The Smart Class will take place in 200 hours with a lot of exciting courses like Diploma in Education or Bachelors of Education.

For those unknown, Samsung Smart Class is now widespread in 28 Tamil Nadu government schools, 652 schools in the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya system, and 3 Police Public schools in Delhi. As such, India has had up to 683 Samsung Smart Classes full of new-fashioned devices such as Samsung tablets, printers or Smartboards also made by Samsung.


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