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The Government has set the deadline for making 52.5 lakh Students digitally literate

The Government has set the deadline for making 52.5 lakh Students digitally literate in a year 2016 to 2017.

Press Trust of India Submitted a report and according to that report Additional Secretary, Department of Electronics and IT, Ajay Kumar said, ”We target to make 52.5 lakh people digitally literate by 2017 under National Digital Literacy Mission. Now, we are looking at meeting this target by 2016.Already, we have certified 10 lakh people and next eight lakh are in process.”

SAP has has proclaimed corporation for opening 25 NDLM centers. At Nasscom foundation, India had a target to open 100 NDLM centers but now with the help of Sap we will have 125 centers by the end of this year.

Nasscom Foundation: –

NASSCOM established NASSCOM Foundation in 2001. The CEO of Nasscom Foundation said” The Foundation is well on its way to achieve digital literacy for five lakh citizens as earmarked by the government and this partnership gives us enough confidence to aim towards doubling the number. The level 1 course is imparted free of cost to people.”

Nasscom foundation also going to start a nationwide digital literacy volunteering campaign where they train people on digital literacy. So by the end of year 2016 DISHA and NDLM organize IT Training for 52.5 lakh persons.

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