Dell India on Thursday expanded the reach of Dell Aarambh, its personal computer (PC) for education initiative with a partnership with Centre for Teacher Accreditation (CENTA).
The partnership is aimed at enabling teachers upskill themselves to become digitally empowered future educators.
"We are excited about our partnership with CENTA which is a unique platform that rewards and recognises teachers," said Ritu Gupta, Marketing Director, Dell India, in a statement.
Dell and CENTA together will focus on maximising value for teachers who are being trained.
"We are excited to see the impact that our combined vision can potentially achieve," added Anjali Jain, Founder-Director of CENTA.
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