Teaching Kids to {Code}

  Futuristic Coding Curriculum for your School!

Why Coding

Coding is the New Literacy

Helps kids to become Creator vs Consumer of Technology

Helps Improve Math and Logic

Improve Thinking and Drives Innovation

Stimulates Critical Thinking

Develops Problem Solving and Computational Thinking Skills

Today’s teens are the graduating class of 2025. Are we preparing them for the future?

In many industries and countries, the most in-demand occupations or specialties did not exist 10 or even five years ago, and the pace of change is set to accelerate. By one popular estimate, 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist

Learning by Doing

Courses come with practical examples that you can edit and run

Self Directed Coding

Courses are specifically designed for kids by IITians & STEM Educators.

Live Support

Dedicated support team to ensure hassle free learning experience.


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Team is working hard to materialise the dream of digital India ! Code to decode your bright future.

Director, EIS

Director, EIS

The curriculum and support resources have been exceptional! Found out a former student who did Codevidhya and then went on to programming in college tested out of his intro course.

Principal, EIS


Codevidhya’s “Coding Curriculum for Schools” is a great initiative. It helps to promote the idea of Digital India to schools like Isha Vidhya, which are mostly located in the rural areas of the country. Their teacher-training program helps the teachers coming from non-IT backgrounds learn coding concepts comfortably.

With improved teaching standards, students learn coding in a step-by-step approach. Our institution highly supports the efforts they are putting in to make every child in this country digitally literate. KUDOS to the entire Codevidhya Team.

Faculty, Isha Vidhya

Faculty, Isha Vidhya

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