HCL Infosystems has initiated ‘EduME’ an educational summit in India. The summit started in June, 2010 from Bhopal is scheduled to reach out every state in India to accelerate the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) adoption in the education system.
During the ‘EduME” educational meet, the company shared its plan to offer contemporary trainings for faculties and aspiring students to improve the utilisation of technology for classroom teaching. HCL ‘EduME’ also showcased a platform for interactive discussions and knowledge sharing through seminars, forums and online ‘EduME’ portal for easy access and knowledge sharing amongst the student community across the country.
HCL is also introducing its ME Series 50 laptop which is a customised range of laptop designed to meet the students need. HCL ME Series 50 is expected to propel the PC adoption through easy accessibility across the country.
George Paul, Executive Vice President, HCL Info systems said, “It has always been our endeavor to see a PC in every household even in the remotest parts of the country. In our commitment to sustain and support the cause of widespread PC adoption with EduME, we have today taken a step forward for the enhancement of ICT in the education system. Education is a powerful instrument for laying the foundation for sustained economic growth, for which computer and internet has to play a pivotal role.”[Source: Tech Whack]