In line with the central government’s Digital India initiative, the Goa Government will on Monday launch its ambitious scheme providing limited free talktime and Internet data to the youth in the state.
Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said,”Goa Yuva Sanchar Yojana will be unveiled on Monday. It will be launched across the state providing 100 minutes talk time and 3 GB Internet data free with a SIM card (every month) for youths aged between 16-30 years”.
HERE IS EVERYTHING YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT THE SCHEME:
1. Goa Yuva Sanchar Yojana will be launch across the state on Monday.
2. The scheme will provide 100 minutes talk time and 3 GB Internet data free with a SIM card every month for youths aged between 16-30 years
3. The government has tied up with Vodafone for the scheme which is expected to benefit nearly 1.25 lakh youth.
4. Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said the government has made a provision to discontinue with the scheme if a beneficiary is found to be misusing it.
The Digital India initiative is a flagship programme of the Modi Government that seeks to transform the country into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.
Last year in July the programme aims to provide a much-needed thrust to areas like broadband highways, universal access to mobile connectivity, public Internet access programme and E-Governance.