The Arunachal Pradesh government is contemplating to provide free Wi-Fi hotspots at all important public places in the state capital from Chimpu in Itanagar to Kankar Nallah in Naharlagun.
Chief minister Kalikho Pul hoped internet connectivity would benefit the students most as there were a number of reference books, online help centres and experts’ views available, which can make the learning process easy, an official release said here on Monday.
It would also help local business and farmers who could use Internet to understand the market and predict weather trends in a better way.
The measure would be in line with the Prime Minister’s ambitious ‘Digital India’ programme that aims at boosting Internet connectivity across the country.
The department of information technology would implement the service in select public places. The bandwidth service for the Wi-FI hotspots would be provided by the state-owned BSNL or some other private service provider.
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