Intel believes that young people are the key to solving global challenges, and a solid math and science foundation coupled with skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and digital literacy are crucial for their success. That is why we get directly involved in education programs, advocacy, and technology access to enable tomorrow’s innovators.
As part of its sustained global commitment, the Intel® Education Initiative in India has been working with government and other decision making bodies at the central, state and local levels since 1999 to improve teaching and learning in both formal and informal educational environments through the effective use of technology; inspire and expand students’ knowledge and enthusiasm for science and math; and bring cutting-edge technology expertise to universities.
Intel has helped transform education in India through the Intel® Teach Program. Over a million teachers have been trained to bring technology tools and resources into their classrooms for better student learning.
Education beyond classrooms
Over 100,000 learners, aged 8 to 16, in underserved communities across India, have acquired technology literacy and 21st century skills that will prepare them to succeed in the knowledge economy, through the Intel® Learn Program.
Under the Intel® Higher Education Program,Intel works with leading scientific and technological institutes to move technology out of university labs and into local communities through research grants, technology entrepreneurship forums, and mentoring by Intel technologists.
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Intel® Education Help Guide
Promote technology literacy with step-by-step instructions for hundreds of productivity tasks in user-friendly, non-technical language.
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