Cyber Gram Project seeks to improve digital literacy of minorities in Rajasthan, India

The Ministry of Minority Affairs of India launched a pilot project called Cyber Gram for promoting digital literacy in Chandauli village, located in Alwar district of Rajasthan state. This initiative is part of the Multi-Sectorial Development Program and intends to provide underserved communities with hands-on training to improve their digital literacy. Activities teach participants how to access diverse online resources and public services.

Training is provided in Common Service Centers that have been created as part of the Digital India national plan. Its key objectives include helping participants to become digitally literate and enabling them to leverage financial, social and government online services. Beneficiaries that attend the training are provided with 30 hours of free internet access to reinforce their learning.

Source: Dev Discourse