Chandrababu wants to transform AP into a digital state

Chandrababu wants to transform AP into a digital state - Sakshi Post

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today said he wants the state to be a digital AP. Our Prime Minister Modi has an ambition to make the country a 'Digital India'. Now I am thinking to transform Andhra Pradesh into 'Digital AP' prior to other states, he said.

To achieve this vision, they are contemplating to provide 'Wi-Fi' service in all educational institutions of the state, Naidu said while addressing teachers and students here on the 'Gurupuja Utsav' today. The chief minister said he is also planning to provide i-pads to all students to make them develop an awareness about Information Technology and also to reduce their burden of textbooks. Teaching new technology at an early age brings good results, instead of training at a higher age, he said.

Young scientists and technocrats from the state are now leading the world in Information Technology and we are proud of them, he said, adding that he has realised the importance of education along with technical and particularly IT knowledge for the students. The state government has proposed to set up more higher educational institutions just as the Union government wants to establish more institutions like IIT and IIM.


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