Information Technology (IT) player Microsoft India designed to offer digital learning and teaching in schools and higher educational institutions through virtual learning platforms in India.Bhaskar Pramanik, Microsoft India Chairman, said Edu-Cloud is expected to benefit 1 million teachers and 6 million students in over 1,500 institutes over the next 18 months.
“Today’s students are digital natives. At Microsoft, we help them imagine the future and realize it. With the help of cloud computing, they create, deliver, and manage content from any device, anywhere, anytime, making learning easy and fun,” he said at a press conference here.The company has also announced a tie-up with the Chaitanya group of educational institutions, which will adopt Edu-Cloud.
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