India eyes boosting talent pool with new blockchain module for students


The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog has announced the launch of a new learning module for citizens looking to pivot toward blockchain technology.

The learning module was attained in collaboration with digital asset giant 5ire and Network Capital, leveraging the deep expertise of both entities. NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) runs the module, and its reach in over 10,000 schools makes it the ideal body to spearhead the new learning course.

AIM has Atal Tinkering Labs around India, where 7.5 million Indian school students learn computational skills and adaptive learning.

“This innovative technology will revolutionize the way businesses and individuals interact and transact, providing a secure and decentralized platform for data storage and transfer,” read the official press release.

5ire’s involvement in the ATL Blockchain Module contributed to the core of the module, with the unicorn confirming that it used its technical knowledge in its creation. Network Capital, a career mentorship platform, handled curation and…

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