CBSE and Intel settle Guinness World Record for taking online classes to 13,000 students in 24 Hours

CBSE and Intel settle Guinness World Record for taking online classes to 13,000 students in 24 Hours

Intel and  Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) settle a Guinness World Record for taking online classes to 13,000 students in 24 Hours on Wednesday. Intel and CBSE organized an online AI lesson for Youth Virtual Conference. There were a big number of students from class 8 to upper class. The Union Ministry of Education Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that, “Artificial Intelligence technology keeps on being one of the most essential innovations of things to come, with the possibility to jump India’s digitalization venture”.

Trainings and Skill Education’s director Biswajit Saha said that, ” I thanks to CBSE and Intel on their duty to sustaining the correct AI based technology related range of abilities and attitude among school students under the AI based technology For the Young generation. In this way students can get better exposure.”

Intel’s Global Partnerships and Initiative director Shweta Khurana said that, “Our cooperation with the Central Board of Secondary Education has so far prompted a few achievements in sustaining AI based technology availability in the nation, including the turn out of a artificial intelligence based educational program for students and setting up simulated intelligence Labs in the nation. The energetic reaction to the virtual AI based virtual class for students over the nation that helped set a great record with Guinness World Records shows India’s’ young generation is locked in and anxious to investigate and develop”.

The Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank launch virtual AI lessons for classes 6 to 12 in the digital format. According to media Intel has also said that, “Every one of these exercise plans has been composed by instructors who are topic specialists in their area and heralds in joining simulated artificial intelligence tools to assist students with increasing comprehensive information in an experiential and charming way, according to the direction set out in the National Education Policy 2020. These exercise plans will be facilitated on DIKSHA, the nations AI integrated digital platform for school education.”