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With all educational institutes shut down in the nation due to the coronavirus outbreak and the nationwide lockdown, the students of the country are suffering academically. To combat this problem, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman launced the PM eVidya Programme, a venture by the government which will help students gain access to educational content at home.

This programme has the objective of promoting e-learning and digital content for students across the nation. As a lot of students don’t have access to the internet, this programme will help them access the educational content through television and radio during the nationwide lockdown.

The HRD minister of India, Ramesh Pokhriyal, also expressed his delight on the launch of this new project via Twitter this morning. He also described the various details of this venture through his tweets.
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