Airtel has partnered with Gujarat government to connect 13,716 panchayats and common service centres (CSCs) under 'eGRAM Connectivity Infrastructure Project' of the state.
Bharti Airtel has signed an MoU with the State Panchayat, Rural Housing and Rural Development Department. Once the project is completed, the Panchayat Offices/eGRAMs are expected to form a powerful socio-economic network and support information dissemination and facilitating e-governance initiatives in the state. This partnership will enhance Airtel's initiatives in e-Governance services.
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