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Cloud-based training for Swachh Bharat

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on March 09, 2019

In the phase two of Swachh Bharat e-learning mission, the Ministry will soon roll out Citizen Training programme. File photo Greening India A clean vision   -  Shanker Chakravarty

Besides helping the Ministry in running community training courses and track their performance, it also provided video-based learning for users

Microsoft India has joined hands with the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) to roll out its cloud-based solution Project Sangam to train stakeholders on Swachh Bharat e-Learning Portal.

The project is a cloud-hosted, mobile-first community learning platform, using which the ministry trained over 1.1 lakh municipal staff and relevant personnel in best sanitation practices in 4,000 cities.

“The Ministry wanted to standardise, centralise, modernise, and establish systems for knowledge exchange and capacity development to train the staff,” senior Microsoft executive said in a statement on Sunday.

Besides helping the Ministry in running community training courses and track their performance, it also provided video-based learning for users.

In the phase two of Swachh Bharat e-learning mission, the Ministry will soon roll out Citizen Training programme to educate people on public toilets hygiene, waste management, household hygiene and sanitation practices. An app is available on the android platform Google Play.

Published on March 09, 2019

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