Partnering for Promotion of Digital Literacy Among Women in Rajasthan Through Bhartiya Model of Digital Literacy
13 Pages Posted: 27 Sep 2015
Date Written: September 25, 2015
Being digitally literate is the need of the hour and utmost important for upliftment and empowerment of women. This paper presents the conceptual framework of Digital Literacy (DL) and introduces the Indian model termed as BMDL. It identifies various initiatives launched by Government of India for DL and further highlights the first of its kind of initiative proposed by Banasthali Vidyapith (the largest fully residential university for women’s education in the world) to join hands with suitable partners under CSR for enhancing DL of about 10,000 women at campus and surrounding villages of Rajasthan.
Keywords: Digital Literacy, Cyber Ethics, Cyber Security, BMDL
JEL Classification: M14
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