Government Promises Internet Facility in all Rural Areas
The Central Government today passed the statement to provide the Internet facility to all the rural areas in India with the active participation of all the state governments.
IT and Telecommunication Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced more than 1.34 lakh broadband enabled centers have been set up in small villages to promote and increase the development of information technology in rural areas of the country. Prasad also added to his statement as there is no proper bandwidth in many villages in the country and central Government is trying to improve the same.
During Lok Sabha question hour, Ravi Shankar Prasad said as “Our Government is planned to expand the information technology to all the rural areas in the country and respective state governments have to be on same page in our initiative, because involvement of all the state governments plays vital role to achieve this initiation. It is also required that both Central and state governments have to work together to give fruitful result in expected manner.
The Minister said mobile web in all regional languages also has many hurdles such as character encoding, bandwidth range and cost, presentation issues, device limitations, connecting issues, support and logic dependency on implementation level of handset manufacturer. By overcoming these issues, Government is planning to achieve the maximum number of rural areas will surround with Internet connections in coming years.
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