Is Digital India inclusive?


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A. Sengjan is a 40-year-old teacher at the Montfort Centre for Education, Tura, Meghalaya. In the past year, Sengjan has learnt to use computers and has even begun to teach the skill to his students along with his usual subjects.
“Everywhere you go today, in the private or the public sector, work is dependent on computers. People are posting jobs online and people are applying for jobs online. Computers have become an extremely important part of our daily lives today, and that is the reason I encourage my students to learn computers,” he tells us.

Source : http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/S2Z8y1ntljs30QQG2JCJ5I/Is-Digital-India-inclusive.html

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