C Chandramouli, State Information Technology (IT) secretary of Kerala, announced on Thursday that under the State's e-Governance programme, every third of the village in the state will have Internet-enabled kiosks within 11 months.
He stated during the inauguration of the inter-collegiate techno-cultural festival 'Mindcraft 08' at Karunya University that there will be 5,400 Internet-enabled kiosks in the state. There are plans for establishing an IT park in Coimbatore. The work on the same will start by the mid of this month. Moreover, there are also plans for the starting IT Parks and townships in places such as Tiruchy, Tirunelveli and Madurai. He added on that technology should be used in the best possible way for the benefit of the mankind.
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