Intel has launched a centre in a Telangana village on wednesday under a new initiative aimed at working with the governments of various states in india to create a blueprint for digitisation of rural India.
The first such Digital India Unnati Kendra under the initiative “Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur” has come up in Nadimpalle village in Mahabubnagar district.
It will be used to create the framework for the Telangana model digital village. Besides providing various citizen services under the Telangana government’s e-panchayat programme, the centre will provide devices, relevant local content and training for citizens thereby creating opportunities for development and empowerment.
Intel has roped in Micromax, HP, Snapdeal and Shweta Computers and Peripherals as partners for the initiative.