AICTE partners Microsoft to provide skilled students in future technologies
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has teamed up with Microsoft to give students and instructors the tools they need for success in the future.
As a result of this collaboration, students and educators can access more than 1,500 Microsoft course modules for free through AICTE's e-learning portal's ELIS.
It is possible for students to access personalised learning pathways and resources through Microsoft's Microsoft Learn learning resource centre, which is integrated with the ELIS platform. These resources cover a wide range of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), computer science, and cloud computing.
The ready-to-teach curriculum and teaching materials provided by Microsoft are in line with the recognised Microsoft certification and are available to qualified educators and faculty members.
Anant Maheshwari, President of Microsoft India, said in a statement: "We are committed to empowering learners and educators across the country to succeed in emerging technologies and work together in the path to prosper in a digital future. statement made the following claims:
Students will be able to use Azure for Students to build for the future, too, because of the relationship, according to the firm.
Students that meet the criteria More than 25 free Azure services are available to everyone 18 years of age or older, coupled with a $100 annual credit in Azure. These credits can be used to write programmes, study AI, or make the most of large data.
Microsoft hosts live webinars for students on next-generation AICTE technologies to make learning more interactive.
Microsoft will fund 1000 'Microsoft Certification Exam Vouchers' that provide diverse technologies to students from sub-communities in order to ensure that technology benefits everyone.
It is the goal of AICTE to engage with Microsoft to assist students employ cutting-edge technology and develop goods and services for tomorrow.