Twelve thousand villages of Uttarakhand will get web connectivity within the second part of the BharatNet mission. The Centre gave its nod to implement the BharatNet 2.0 mission in Uttarakhand on Monday when Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat met IT Minister Ravishankar Prasad in New Delhi.
A time-bound implementation of the state-led mannequin of the BharatNet mission could be very mandatory due to Uttarakhand’s tough geographic location, strategic significance and vulnerability to pure disasters, Rawat informed the Union minister throughout his assembly with him. He sought the Centre’s administrative and monetary approvals for the mission on the earliest to keep away from pointless delay. Additionally they agreed throughout the assembly to strengthen digital connectivity within the Chardham space and increase web connectivity in border areas of the state, an official launch right here stated.
The chief minister additionally requested the Union minister to implement the India Enterprise Structure mission in Uttarakhand on a precedence foundation in order that key departments like agriculture, well being and training may very well be computerised everywhere in the state.