Awesome Idea. Sounds right up our alley. I can help provide some support
around the content end but someone else will need to drive the project.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Gautam John <gau...@prathambooks.org>wrote:
> Worth checking out for the Chapter? And the Trust? Maybe both together?
> "Datawind, the inventor of world's cheapest tablet computer – UbiSlate
> – has joined hands with NASSCOM Foundation to help bridge the digital
> divide in India.
> Partnership focuses to announce a contest targeting the non-profit
> network across India, wherein 10 of them will stand an opportunity to
> win 20 Aakash tablets/UbiSlates each, to improve their operations and
> programme implementation, said a press release.
> The contest will open between December 2011 and January 2012.
> How will the winning streak be decided? Each of the participating
> organizations will have to showcase how best the UbiSlate will be used
> for socio-economic challenges such as education, health and
> NASSCOM Foundation definitely sees potential for the information and
> communication technologies sector playing a crucial role in the
> process of social change."
> Thank you.
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