CBSE and AICTE Will Train Teachers, Students in Skill Development
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CBSE, AICTE Will Train Teachers, Students in Skill Development
CBSE and AICTE have signed to train students and teachers: The Central Board of Secondary Education and the All India Council for Technical Education have signed a memorandum of understanding to train and develop the skills of CBSE-affiliated teachers and students. A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Central Board of Secondary Education and the All India Council for Technical Education to train and develop the skills of teachers and students in CBSE-affiliated colleges.
ATAL and NEAT Accordance: The CBSE and the AICTE will collaborate to prepare CBSE school teachers to function in accordance with the AICTE Training and Learning Academy (ATAL) and the National Education Alliance for Technology (NEAT). NEAT is a public-private collaboration project between the government and education technology companies to use artificial intelligence to enhance learning. Teachers will be taught how to use AI-enabled equipment and how to use it as a pedagogical tool. They will also use AI software to assist students in acquiring information.
Chairman of the AICTE, Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe: Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman of the AICTE, clarified the new initiative, saying, "The AICTE's digital learning platforms are supposed to reshape the way students have learned in the past." Teachers will also be helped in organizing joint hackathons for school students and providing modern learning assignments to students. The CBSE Chairman addressed the importance of this program for students. “The CBSE and AICTE partnership will go a long way in promoting student facilitation because students will now be aware of emerging fields of technology and will obtain timely and relevant guidance,” he said.
Dr M P Poonia, the Vice-Chairman of the AICTE: Dr M P Poonia, the Vice-Chairman of the AICTE, promised to raise awareness about emerging technology among schools and educational institutions so that teachers and students would benefit from them.
Taking schooling to the next level: Rajeev Kumar, member secretary of the AICTE, said, "This initiative would elevate the Indian education sector to new heights." Students will be encouraged by webinars and social media campaigns at the national and regional levels. A collective Hackathon for school students and also student learning tests will be conducted by CBSE and AICTE. Dr. M P Poonia, the vice-chairman of the AICTE, also claimed that proper awareness of the schemes would be generated by organizing webinars and social media initiatives at the national and regional levels to encourage students.