Even as the Union Government has begun laying emphasis on IT-enabled education, PC maker Dell India is eyeing the huge government spending on cards in the education sector. The company is planning big to add more clientele to its existing list of nearly 300 educational institutions — especially universities and colleges in Pune — and working towards formalising long-term tieups with many of them.
In Pune, Dell, in partnership with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), has already launched ‘The Climate Eduxchange’ — an IT-enabled initiative to improve environment education. The project that covers five other cities — Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mohali — will target class V-XI students in 50 schools of each city. Read More >>