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Haryana signs MOU with Intel for teachers training

Written by: Staff

Chandigarh, Apr 4 (UNI) The Haryana government today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Intel Technology India Private Ltd, Bangalore for conducting Teacher Technology Support Learning and Training Programme covering the computerised government schools in the state.

The MoU was signed by Commissioner and Director General, School Education, K K Khandelwal for Haryana while Director, Sales and Marketing Group, (South Asia), Mr Amar Babu for Intel. Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was present on the occasion.

The programme also includes sustained professional development of teachers for information and communication technology integration in government schools through face-to-face training and also by using state Edusat network and post training implementation support.

Intel had proposed to introduce a programme as a joint initiative with State Education Department for training of teachers, which was approved by the state government and it resulted in the signing of the MoU.

As per the MoU, the training programme workshops would be held in those schools or District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET) or State Council of Education, Research and Training, Gurgaon, where computer labs are available. The trainers of Intel would conduct training and provide curriculum for both the Master Trainer (MT) and Master Trainer to Participant Trainer (MTPT).

For broadcast through the Edusat network, Intel would develop and record the broadcast content for the training programme by June 1. Independent education modules (subject wise for senior secondary level) would be developed by Intel in consultation with Commissioner and Director General, School Education. It would commence from September 1.


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