CBSE and Microsoft India gets United for Artificial Intelligence Learning for Schools

CBSE and Microsoft India gets United for Artificial Intelligence Learning
CBSE and Microsoft India gets United

Implementing artificial technology in the education industry is the need of the hour. Throughout the journey, Microsoft works in hand with the schools of Indian and across the globe. Microsoft focuses on research and planning and giving customised technology to the schools. The official website of CBSE is .

Capacity building programs for high school teachers in K12 teaching will be held by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in association with Microsoft. This programme is for the teachers teaching in Class 8th to 10th. The plan starts from 11th September 2019 and will be held in 10 cities across India.

Our existing education system, along with Artificial intelligence, will make the learning more intelligent and exciting. Microsoft will integrate advanced and smart technologies into the current teaching process. You can also read about CBSE 2020 board exam pattern.

The school teachers will get to know the latest technologies and will enhance the learning experience of the 21st century. CBSE released a list of 1000 teachers who will undergo a 3 days training project powered by Microsoft.

Teachers will get to learn digital storytelling. The teachers will be a part of the Microsoft Innovative Educators. They will have access to use software and utilize the best out of it. CBSE and the entire nation is excited about the collaboration of CBSE with Microsoft for building a better future.