Microsoft to provide hi-tech classrooms to 55,000 Indian schools
Technology Company Microsoft will provide digital classrooms for 55,000 schools in India.
The company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with National Independent Schools Alliance – NISA.
The digital classrooms will help to improve the accessibility, affordability, and quality of education in Indian schools.
The 55,000 schools that will get the hi-tech classrooms are spread across 23 Indian states.
The plan is to use learning based on technology and also improve the campus for skills development.
The digital classrooms are expected to provide benefits to two crore students with better education.