EKUKA: Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur with Intel, Digital India

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Intel: Digital India Project: Intel reaches out to more than 5 lakh people under EKUKA program, as reported by ET Telecom. Mr. Ghosh said that 70% of population resides in rural India and the government’s ambitious Digital India project is transforming lives of many individuals.

“We don’t want the government to make Digital India only for broadband connectivity but to also look at producing the skilled workforce and localized content creation,” she stressed. Read here..

EKUKA: Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur with Intel Powered Computers, Digital India Project

Intel aims to work closely with the entities that provide last mile citizen services across the country to set up Digital India Unnati Kendras that will provide devices, relevant local content and training for citizens, thereby creating opportunities for development and empowerment.

An Intel powered computer opens up new avenues in education, entrepreneurship and self-expression, thereby empowering you to do more and do better.

Intel presents Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur; an initiative in collaboration with national and regional governments to empower non-urban citizens through technology in 10 states of India.

Intel aims to work closely with the entities that provide last mile citizen services across the country to set up Digital India Unnati Kendras that will provide devices, relevant local content and training for citizens, thereby creating opportunities for development and empowerment.

Their strategic collaborators whose contribution has made Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur possible. To know more about the Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur with Intel powered computers, click here.

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