At the summit, Microsoft shared its commitment to partner with Uttar Pradesh to provide the technology and tools needed to accelerate digital equity and to empower students and educators to achieve more.
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“A large portion of our students and parents do not have access to technology, they do not have smartphones, PCs or tablets. Thus, the main challenge is how to reach them so that they can get quality education. We look forward to partnering with Microsoft and across the state To make online education more accessible to students, ”said Uttar Pradesh Primary Education Minister Satish Chandra Dwivedi. Kumar Vinit, Special Secretary, Department of IT and Electronics, Uttar Pradesh, said, “Elementary education and information technology education is a big focus for us. Innovating technology to make education accessible, especially in rural areas of the state where connectivity is a challenge.”
The event covered a wide range of topics, including bridging the gap in digital education, reviving the National Education Policy 2020, the role of information and communication technology training in schools to lay the foundation for the future of education, and a Microsoft Technology Center showcase. Functional modern digital classroom.
“The education system in India has shown tremendous agility and resilience during the epidemic. Technology has helped maintain the continuity of education, playing a central role in enabling this resilience. Technology opportunities in education are clear. Baal said students across the country have skills and opportunities, empowering them for the digital future.
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