Soon Intel Corp. will start talking with the Department of IT & Electronics, Government of UP to launch the 'Intel Teach to the Future Programme' in Uttar Pradesh (UP), India.
'Intel Teach to the Future Programme' is basically for school teachers of the state. While speaking at the e-Governance Conference organised by UPDESCO & UP Electronics Deleopment Corporation, Vinesh Paperwala, Country Manager, said that the Intel 'Teach to the Future Programme' is the global computer chipmaker's worldwide programme created by the teachers and for the teachers to help them effectively integrate technology into instruction and enable enhanced student learning in schools and in universities across the globe. The program has already trained approximately 530,00 teachers across 30,000 schools in India. Intel India is now holding the programme for 28 universities and even premier educational bodies like NCERT and SCERTs. Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) is planning to start an e-Guru programme. The e-Guru programme comprises teaching modules, where student may not stay in the university campus.