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AICTE to use cloud computing for education

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AICTE joins hands with Microsoft in providing cloud technology for engineering students.


New Delhi. In a bid to broaden educational reform to improve technical education and prepare students for the workforce of tomorrow, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) chairman Dr S.S Mantha in the presence of Union Human Resource Development Minister Mr Kapil Sibal, announced at a function held here yesterday that it is deploying microsoftlive@edu as one solution amongst many such initiatives with IT majors and Industries to more than 10,000 technical colleges and institutes throughout India.

Live@edu is the first step in AICTE’s deployment of Microsoft cloud computing for education, making it Microsoft’s largest cloud customer ever. This will expand students’ access to high-quality technical education and collaboration.


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