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Goa government signs MoU with Google India

The Goa government, on Tuesday, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Google India to promote digital literacy and drive digital transformation across the state.
•    As a first step, the state will launch internet safety education as part of the curriculum for students of classes 9 to 12 in government schools in association with Google India.
•    The special program, meant to teach people how to stay safe online, has been designed by Google in consultation with experts, and teacher training for it will take place shortly in 460 schools with over 80,000 enrolled students.
•    Google's free high speed wireless internet service available at a number of railway stations in India will be extended to Goa as well, said vice-president of Google south-east Asia and India, Rajan Anandan.
•    Chief Minister Laxmi kant Parsekar said that signing the MoU was a milestone for Goa, adding that it would benefit the state in the fields of tourism, culture and education.

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