Educomp to implement computer-aided education in KarnatakaSeptember 26th, 2008 - 2:55 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Sep 26 (IANS) Educomp Solutions, a city-based education solutions provider, Friday said it has signed an agreement with Karnataka’s Department of State Education Research and Training for implementing computer-aided education in 1,571 schools in the state.The order is valued at Rs.1,090 million and will be implemented over five years, a company statement said.
Educomp has also signed an agreement with the Chhattisgarh government for imparting computer-aided education in 52 hostels, the statement added.
With these orders, the total number of educational institutions in Educomp’s information, communications and technology (ICT) portfolio has gone up to 8,912.
- Assam, Microsoft in learning enhancement pact - Jun 13, 2012
- HCL to provide IT services to Etisalat customers - May 09, 2011
- Rights group lauds India's ban on animal testing - Apr 20, 2012
- Visually challenged teachers learn computers - Aug 04, 2011
- AIIMS urged not to use animals for medical training - Jan 17, 2012
- Jamia to build hostel for Kashmiri students - Feb 09, 2012
- British firm acquires 50 percent stake in Educomp - Jun 24, 2009
- Infotel Broadband acquires stake in e-learning firm - Nov 08, 2011
- 45,000 Kerala students to be trained in IT - Dec 21, 2010
- Differently-abled students in Kerala to be made computer literate - Nov 01, 2011
- Jayalalithaa asks PM for Rs.10,200 cr for free laptops - Jun 14, 2011
- Intel donates 625 laptops for Kerala e-learning school project - Oct 02, 2011
- No experiments on animals in colleges: Environment ministry - Apr 18, 2012
- Fashion, grooming training for wives of Punjab cops - Jun 16, 2011
- Germany gives Rs.10 lakh for girl child education - Apr 20, 2011
Tags: based education, chhattisgarh government, computer aided education, education research, education solutions, educational institutions, educomp solutions, information communications, karnataka, state education