One Laptop Per Child Gets The Green Light in India

Posted by Sander_Marechal on Dec 5, 2007 10:47 AM EDT
Government Technology; By Indrajit Basu
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India may have been a late starter in adopting the powerful computer-based education program One Laptop Per Child (popularly known as OLPC), a brainchild of MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte to bridge the technology divide between rich and the poor children in the developing world. But with the formation of an Indian edition -- called OLPC India -- the program, which aims to equip millions of world's school children with cheap laptops, is not only set to make an entry into India but also promises to do it with a bang.

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