This partnership is led by Facebook for Education, a global initiative by Facebook to build diverse learning communities.
Facebook and CBSE Partner Up to Offer Online Education Programmes

Social media giant Facebook has partnered with CBSE to provide online certification programmes for students. The programme falls under "Facebook for Education", which is a global initiative by Facebook to build diverse learning communities. Similar initiative will be launched on Instagram to teach students and teachers through workshops. Both of the programmes are open, and registrations have started on the Facebook page of CBSE.

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 - 08:32 AM / by Atishay Jain


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