Oracle to enhance IT skills of teachers,students

UP government has decided to launch a pilot project with US-based software and hardware company Oracle in Noida to enchance IT skills of teachers and students in four government inter-colleges in Noida and Gautam Budh University in Greater Noida

Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published:September 3, 2013 5:25 am

UP government has decided to launch a pilot project with US-based software and hardware company Oracle in Noida to enchance IT skills of teachers and students in four government inter-colleges in Noida and Gautam Budh University in Greater Noida.

Company officials,led by Ajay Kapoor,director,Oracle Education Initiative,met senior officials of Industry,Technical Education,Secondary Education and Vocational Education Departments Monday and proposed to extend the project to rest of the state.

The company has proposed to provide Oracle software to assist,train teachers in latest IT-enabled education tools,prepare IT courses and arrange guest lectures.

“We have decided to give them the opportunity to work in four government inter-colleges in Noida and also for Gautam Budh University,” Principal Secretary,Industry,Surya Pratap Singh said.

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