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(From Business Line)
THE West Bengal Government is going all out to speed up its computer literacy programme for schools. A review committee is set to come up with suggestions in this regard soon.The programme is aimed at promoting computer literacy in more than 12,000 government-aided schools and institutions across the State.
Since quick progress is the goal, the content, the costs involved, as well as the delivery mechanism, are being seen as issues of prime importance. The review committee set up by the State Government, it is learnt, is open to the idea of adopting the BOOT (Build, Operate, Own, Transfer) concept and may go in for the Linux Terminal …