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Thursday, 23-May-2019


Digital classrooms will be enabled in women’s colleges

In its bid to accelerate the digital transformation of Rajasthan, global networking giant Cisco announced a slew of initiatives, including video-enabled digital classrooms in women’s colleges to cover 10,000 women students over the next one year. In collaboration with the State Institute of Education Management And Training (SIEMAT), Cisco has deployed virtual classrooms across 12 institutes in the state to provide 50,000 man-hours of training through digital classrooms. “The digital classroom solutions through SIEMAT, the Cisco Networking Academy courses in 25 government ITIs and networking of ITIs in the divisional headquarters are efforts that make us all proud,” Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje told reporters.
Classrooms will facilitate training and development of IT skills for women and help build a pool of skilled professionals.