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‘Unnati Kendras’ inaugurated by Intel India across 10 towns in Telangana

India: In order to boost digitisation and provide government related content across the country, Intel India has inaugurated the UKs (Unnati Kendras) in 10 towns of Telangana. These UKs will play an important role in enhancing the company’s programme of ‘Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur’, which aims at developing an outline for digitising the non-urban population of India.

In order to fulfil this mission, the company will work in partnership with the major CSCs (Common Service Centers) through Warangal, Medak, Ranga Reddy, Karimnagar, Adilabad and Mahbubnagar districts for motivating the PC adoption relevance.

These UKs will be managed by the trained personnel and fortified with the devices powered by Intel. These personnel will look forward to the computer skills, digital literacy and Internet facilities being provided to the non-urban citizens and provide entrepreneurship, vocational, etc., related sessions to them.

Further, the content and training modules provided to the non-urban citizens will be based on their local language to enable an easy understanding among them.

TechSci Research depicts that with the inauguration of such Unnati Kendras across the regions which is an initiative related to digitisation of the nation will get a hype for the betterment of the citizens. 

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