New Delhi, the capital of India has become the first state in the country to systematically implement the recommendations of the National Knowledge Commission.
The state government has agreed to form a special purpose vehicle, and various committees to give impetus to areas like e-governance, elementary education, vocational education, networking of libraries, hospitals, universities and resource centres for “optimal use of information” and help create “a knowledge network”. The government is planning to digitalise the textbooks, and putting them on the internet and linking all libraries to bridge the digital divide by making them available in slums. NKC will also be planning to provide vocational training to teachers to use e-Commerce for utilising public facilities.
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