Patna, Mar 22: IT giant Microsoft has adopted five girl schools in Bihar under Digital Literacy Programme for computer training.
The three month training would begin from April one, Microsoft Director (Education Affairs) Irina Ghosh said today.
“It will be started on a pilot basis,” Ghosh said.
The five schools would be connected through video conferencing and students and teachers would be given computer training, Ghosh said addressing a function on the occasion of Bihar Centenary Celerations.
Upto 2008 around seven lakh teachers were trained in IT under the Microsoft's Project Education.