The training, to be provided under 'Microsoft IT Academy Program', is designed for teachers to help them train students on high quality technology training resources.
Microsoft will provide the resources including online learning content, course materials, learning management system and instructor tools.
The curricula spans computer basics to high-level programming including Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio and other application development tools.
Rotary, on the other hand, will sponsor these schools (both government and private).
"Providing Indian youth with 21st century skills and knowledge is critical in today's connected world. This collaboration is a step in providing these skills to 150,000 school students in Delhi through the Microsoft IT Academy Program," Microsoft India Managing Director Karan Bajwa said.
According to industry estimates, 50 percent of today's jobs require some degree of technology skills and this will increase to 77 percent in the next decade.
"We are committed to partnering with governments, academic institutions and not-for-profit organisations to enable Indian youth through our education focused programmes," he said.


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