Kerala aims 100% e-Literacy in state

Published on: 20 Feb, 2013
Published under: General Kerala News, Kerala Technology News, Thiruvananthapuram District News

19 Feb 2013

Though Kerala already has 100 percent literacy rate, it will soon have 100 percent digital literacy too, according to chief minister of Kerala, Oommen Chandy. This will help all state residents to use e-governance optimally, the CM said.

Chandy said that the e-governance services have now reached 100 per cent people of the state. “The ambition now is to declare the state as 100 per cent digital and promote the culture of open governance,” he said. Chandy said that the public is free to lodge their complaints through multiple channels (manually or online, or through call centre).

During the daylong workshop, the Departments of Revenue, Transport and Police showcased e-Government solutions implemented by them under the NeGP. The workshop was organised by DeitY along with NASSCOM.


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