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This was a great idea to go about India to find out how internet is making a difference in day to day life. But my comments on the video are as follows:
1. As a citizen of India, I find internet knowledge and usage is at a much higher level than predicted. The video has covered a small area partially. Bigger cities like Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad have much more to offer.
2. Video conferencing is the order in many corporate board rooms and smaller units.
3. Internet penetration is much more in homes in bigger cities. Even and music and math are taught over internet to students elsewhere in the globe.
4. Banks have deployed advanced software packages. Public utility bill payment gateways are popular among even the semi-computer literate.
5. Blogging and net surfing is a regular day-to-day activity among the young and the not so young population.
Bangalore, being the software capital of India and contributing to the software growth of several other countries, is a class in itself as far as the digital medium is concerned, boasting the best of brains. The city hosts several software institutions that service the industry globally.
All these could have been covered atleast for a few seconds in the video to give a realistic picture. I wish to know why the author instead tried to project the camera on the roads and the cows with no relevance to the topic chosen!
Well meaning videos could be taken in future taking knowledgeable local persons into confidence.
Enjoyed the video about India; look forward to your next. When can it be expected? What is the location? If you’ve not decided on the latter, perhaps IE could ask readers to provide suggestions. For example, perhaps China, perhaps with a mention of UN related work.
UNDP is the UN's global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We are on the ground in 166 countries, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges. As they develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and our wide range of partners.
In China, UNDP fosters human development to empower women and men to build better lives. As the UN’s development network, UNDP draws on a world of experience to assist China in developing its own solutions to the country’s development challenges. Through partnerships and innovation, UNDP works to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and an equitable Xiao Kang society by reducing poverty, strengthening rule of the law, promoting environmental sustainability… (read more)
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