Facebook launches second phase of digital literacy project for tribal girls

Oct 17 2019 05:57 PM
Facebook launches second phase of digital literacy project for tribal girls

Social media company Facebook has started very good work in India. Let us tell you that in order to technically train tribal women in India, Digital Beti Abhiyan has been launched. Facebook will take help of the Government of India in this campaign. Let's know in full detail

According to the media report, under this, rural areas and tribal women will be given information about the Internet and they will be made digitally literate. Facebook gave information about this campaign in India Mobile Congress 2019 held in New Delhi.

For your information, Let us tell you that under the Digital Beti scheme of Facebook, tribal women will be technically qualified for employment. Apart from this, they will also be given information about online security and privacy. For this campaign, Facebook will elect 5000 Rural Level Entrepreneurs (VLEs) of Common Service Centers (CSCs) with the help of Government of India. This election will be held from 10 cities across the country, including cities like Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Telangana, Bihar, Kerala, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. Under Digital Beti scheme, 2.50 lakh rural entrepreneurs from 3,000 villages will be trained.

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