• AISECT: Bridging The ICT Literacy GAP Between Urban and Rural India
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    AISECT: Bridging The ICT Literacy GAP Between Urban and Rural India

    All india society for electronics & computer technology (AISECT) s india’s leading social enterprise that is working in the areas of skill development, higher education, financial inclusion, e-governance and other ICT based services to bring about an inclusive change in the semiurban and rural areas of the country. Established in 1985, the Bhopal headquartered organization joined its hands with the national skill development corporation (NSDC ) in may 2012 with the objective of skilling 13 lakh youth by 2020. Striving to meet its objective, AISECT has been untiringly reaching out to the remotest corners of the country to empower people, generate employment for the youth and unfold entrepreneurial initiatives. The multipurpose, self-sustainable, Scalable and entrepreneurial model of...


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