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@Ambarish Ganesh • 20 Jun, 2014 • 3 likes
Indian Government within 100 days plans to float policy that establishes broadband connectivity as a basic fundamental right like education and health. The policy lists several affordable options in which broadband could be made available in remote and rural areas, including optic fiber, wireless networks and VSAT technologies. This policy shall even make spine for FTTH rollouts to create a all-time "connected society". It's in the same policy where the government wishes to establish a suitable institutional framework that lets the many departments and agencies smoothly coordinate with each other for the timely deployment and maintenance of telecom cables for speedy spread of broadband connectivity across India.


This policy was prompted following concerns from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) that the delayed launch of NOFN (National Optic Fiber Network) could thwart the government's pan-India broadband penetration targets as laid out in the National Telecom Policy 2012 - of 175 million and 600 million users by 2017 and 2020 respectively.
@Kaustubh Katdare • 21 Jun, 2014 I think Norway and Estonia were one of the first countries in the world that backed Internet (especially broadband access) as fundamental right. I think India has taken a good step; but setting up infrastructure to provide broadband access is going to be a huge challenge.

That said, bigger challenge I think is to ensure that people have all the money to afford Internet and computers (or mobiles). It also means that we're still far-away from ensuring that people get their new 'fundamental' right.
@Rajni Jain • 21 Jun, 2014 Broad band as a fundamental rights.. A great thinking.

However per me, its too early. First government should set-up the infrastructural and educational changes so that everyone can use the Broadband.. 😁

Just imagine, in rural areas government can set-up the broadband but what if they are unaware of how to use computers and mobiles... its worthless, right?
@Manish Goyal • 21 Jun, 2014 All this sounds a real shit to me (vehle bande, kuch dhang ka toh karna nahi)

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