SAP India and Microsoft have launched a program to train over 62,000 women in AI and cloud computing

SAP and Microsoft

SAP and Microsoft

Those who are interested in technology As part of the TechSaksham program, SAP India and Microsoft have joined forces to empower young women from underserved communities to pursue careers in the technology field. 62,000 women students will be trained in artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, web design, and digital marketing as a result of this joint initiative. When it comes to professional development, the program will work with the AICTE Training & Learning Academy (ATAL) and education departments in state colleges.

The effort will train 1,500 teachers in the first year of deployment, and each faculty member will be able to serve over 50 kids in a year, affecting 60,000-75,000 students. This program, which will be conducted by Edunet Foundation as a collaborative, pan-India project, will enhance future-ready abilities in young women graduating in sciences, engineering, computer applications, and vocational studies. 

The program includes a core curriculum that teaches students how to apply technology and activity-based engagements that allow them to put their new abilities into practice with the help of professional mentors, assuring job readiness.Students will also get the opportunity to present their work to local company leaders and experts, assisting in the formation of early links with industrial ecosystems. “Through our flagship programs like Code Unnati, where we have enabled over 1.8 million adolescents and children, we have always been at the forefront in pushing digital inclusion and equity across India.



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