CLIx Research Report 2015-2019

Key Research Findings- CLIx 2019

Report on Learning Outcomes of CLIx Student Modules -2019





CLIx Project Assessment and Scalability Framework by IBM -2017 [Report] 


Mizoram State-January 2017 [Report] 

  • Mizoram Technology Readiness
  • Status of Secondary Education in Mizoram
  • CLIx in Mizoram

Chhattisgarh State-March 2017 [Report]

  • Chhattisgarh Technology Readiness
  • Status of Secondary Education in Chhattisgarh
  • CLIx in Chhattisgarh

Rajasthan State-March 2017 [Report]

  • Rajasthan Technology Readiness
  • Status of Secondary Education in Rajasthan
  • CLIx in Rajasthan

Telangana State-November 2017 [Report]

  • Telangana Technology Readiness
  • Status of Secondary Education in Telangana
  • CLIx in Telangana




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  • Chandran, M., Roy, A. In-service Teacher Education and ICT Review of CLIx Baseline Data from the Four States [View Full Paper]
  • Sampath, P., Nagappa, A., Roy, A., Chatterji, A., Gajinka, A., Gajbe, A and Mehendale, A . Use of Digital Data Collection Tools in Large Scale Surveys: Experiences and Opportunities [View Full Paper]
  • Srinivas, S.,Rahman, J., Khanna., Bapat, A 2017. Analysing Geometry Learning: A case study of two schools in Rajasthan [View Full paper]


  • Chopde, S.,Padalkar, S 2017. Astronomy Education: A Case for Blended Learning. Paper presented at National Conference on ICT in Education Perspectives, Practices and Possibilities, Mysuru, Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement, 11th-12th May 2017 [View Full Paper]
  • Murali,L., Jayendran,N., Bhonsale, S., Thomas,J., Mani,R., Ramanathan,A., Nagpal, S & Kulkarni, M. 2017.The Role of Technology in Creating Safe Language Learning Spaces. Paper presented at ‘National Seminar on Use of ICT in Teaching-Learning of Languages in School Education-The Indian Scenario’. National Council of Educational Research and Training, 16th-17th March 2017, and at National Conference on ICT in Education Perspectives, Practices and Possibilities, Mysuru, Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement, 11th-12th May 2017 [View Full paper]
  • Srinivas, S., Rahman, J., Khanna, S., (CEI&AR, Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mumbai) Kumar, V (Department of Computer Science and Engineering PES University Bangalore, India). 2016. Designing a Game-based Learning Environment to Foster Geometric Thinking. Paper presented at 8th IEEE International Conference on Technology for Education, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai 2nd-4th December 2016. (published in the conference proceedings) [View Full paper]
  • Thirumalai, B., Kumar, R. 2016. ICT enabled blended micro-course for secondary school mathematics teachers: A large scale design experiment. Paper presented at 7th International Conference of Comparative Education Society of India-‘Comparative Educational Destinies: Vision, Dilemma and Challenges’ Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi, 19th-21st November 2016 [View Full Paper]


  • Balli, O., Sankar, S., Mehendale, M., Roy, A., Singh, A., Nagpal, N., Hnamte, L., Mohanty, S., Sangma, P.,  Addala, P. Digital Innovation, School Readiness and Intervention Approaches: A case of Connected Learning Inititative (CLIx) in Indian high schools [View Full paper]
  • Jayendran, N., Murali, L., Ramanathan, A., Thomas, J., Bhonsale, S., Mani, R., Nagpal, S., Kulkarni, M., Task Complexity, Peer Interaction and Learner Autonomy: A Case Study. Paper presented at 7th International Conference in Language Education and Innovation 2017 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 20th-21st May, 2017         (Published in Conference proceedings) [View Full Paper]
  • Dhakulkar, A., Shaikh, R., Nagarjuna, G., (2018). Zone of proximal development in the era of connected computers. In S. Ladage & S. Narvekar (Eds.), Proceedings of epiSTEME 7 — International Conference to Review Research on Science, Technology and Mathematics Education, p. 214-22 . India: Cinnamon Teal [View Full Paper]
  • Shaikh, R., Chopde, S., & Padalkar, S., Teaching and Learning Basic Astronomy Through a Blended Module. Paper presented at the 8th Annual International Conference on Education and e-Learning (EeL) 2018, Singapore. 24th -25th September, 2018.  (Published in Conference proceedings).[View Full Paper]


  • Field Study Report – Rajasthan [PDF]
  • Field Study Report – Mizoram [PDF]


  • Program Details [PDF]


  • Srinivas, S., Khanna, S., Rahaman, J., & Kumar, V. (2016). Designing a Game based learning environment to foster Geometric Thinking. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Technology for Education. Mumbai: IEEE.

Internal report:

  • Srinivas, S., Rahaman, J., Khanna, S., & Bapat, A. (Unpublished report). Analysing Geometry Learning -A Case Study of Two Schools in Rajasthan.
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