Using internet, the company will facilitate data and critical information sharing
GN Bureau | February 15, 2014
To connect villages through internet and create a communication link with district government centres to share data and critical information such as agriculture stock movement, latest information on government subsidy etc, Acer, the main infra provider to states, has given the responsibility to Uniline.
Uniline has earlier participated in state government led Rajya Shiksha Yojana and Serva Shiksha Abhiyaan projects to empower 300,000 schools across Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab and Maharashtra, mentioned a press release issued by the company.
The company has also facilitated the CCTNS (Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems)
Project in 5 states. It has provided quality power in Madhya Pradesh, hassle free for the last three years.
Previously 9,000 villages in tamil Nadu have also been empowered by the company through the ALCOT project. Over three lakh schools in rajasthan have also been empowered by the company through various state ICT programmes.
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