Connect about 2,960 schools with educational content and lectures either pre-recorded or set up as live telecasts
PTI | January 30, 2013
Hughes Communications India (HCI) has received a contract worth Rs 24.6 crore from Punjab government.
Hughes will supply and operate satellite-based network to deliver content to students in educational institutions throughout the state, HCI said in a statement.
Hughes will connect about 2,960 schools with educational content and lectures either pre-recorded or set up as live telecasts from studios based in Mohali and broadcast across Punjab, it added.
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