Technical News of West Bengal

  • West Bengal government to curb imports of laptops, tablets and PCs. The government has decided to curb imports of laptops, tablets and PCs in a bid to boost the domestic manufacturing of these products. The move is expected to create jobs in the state and help the government achieve its goal of self-reliance in the IT sector.
  • DGT partners with Amazon Web Services to upskill students on new technologies. The Directorate General of Training (DGT) has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to upskill students on new technologies. Under the partnership, AWS will offer free self-paced online learning courses to students in West Bengal. The courses will cover topics such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
  • Over 100 Kolkata HS schools apply to start AI, data science courses. More than 100 Kolkata high schools have applied to start AI and data science courses. The courses are being offered as part of the state government’s plan to promote STEM education in schools. The courses will be taught by experienced professionals from the IT industry.
  • West Bengal NUJS to set up centre for tech, gaming & sports law. The National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) in Kolkata is set to set up a centre for tech, gaming & sports law. The centre will focus on research and teaching in the areas of law, technology, gaming and sports. The centre will be funded by the West Bengal government.

These are just a few of the current news of Computer of Technology of West Bengal. For more news, you can visit the websites of the West Bengal government, the DGT, and the NUJS. You can also follow the news on social media.

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