Indore: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced capacity development programs in information technology and artificial intelligence for teachers. The online awareness and skills development program is for teachers who teach information technology to students in grades 9 and 10.
The CBSE has partnered with IBM to train Class 11 teachers in artificial intelligence (AI). The program will take place in different batches between June 2 and July 14. There is no registration fee for both programs.
For the AI training program, each session will be three days and will be based on the class 12 curriculum, the board said.
The training agenda and invitation links will be emailed to selected teachers, he added.
Recently, the CBSE had asked students to join the Young Warrior Movement, a movement that seeks to involve young people in a series of easy and real tasks to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a joint initiative of the CBSE, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, YuWaah-UNICEF and a multi-stakeholder consortium of more than 950 partners.
“Young Warrior is a national movement to involve five million young people in taking action against COVID-19 and affecting 50 million people,” a CBSE statement said.