Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said, sixty million Indians will be trained in digital technology over the next three years.
Addressing an International Conference on E-Governance, IceGov- 2017 in New Delhi today, Mr Prasad said, Digital India programme aims to empower people through ICT without barriers. He urged the International community to find digital solutions for achieving equity without barriers.
Human Resource Developed Minister Praksh Javedkar, while extending full support of his ministry for Digitization programme announced that India will host first ever Smart Hackthon soon. The three day 10th International conference concluded today in which delegates from over Sixty countries participated. In the concluding session, awards for researchers were given for best papers focussing on ICT solutions.