Education goes high-tech in Delhi govt schools



a man wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Prakash Mallya, VP & MD – Sales and Marketing Group, Intel India


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Prakash Mallya, VP & MD – Sales and Marketing Group, Intel India

When The covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown in March forced school classes to go online, the digital divide in the country became even more apparent. Only a handful of private schools located in big cities and towns could adopt online teaching methods while budget private schools and government schools were left in the lurch. .

Cut to present. Technology companies have developed and delivered learning modules via free apps and radio channels, and free live classes are being delivered through popular social media platforms. Edge-based technologies can play a crucial role in expanding the impact of digital learning beyond private schools in urban centres. Effective industry collaboration to accelerate technology innovation across cloud, network and at the edge can also pave the way to a more dynamic and accessible school environment across

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