India ranks among the top culturally diverse countries in the world. There are different cultures that dress and speak differently. India is home to more than 19500 regional dialects spoken in India. The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India, further said there are 121 languages which are spoken by 10,000 or more people in India, which has a population of 121 crores, it said. However, 96.71 per cent of the population in the country use one of the 22 scheduled languages as their mother tongue.
This diversification of languages is the lone barrier in digital literacy as most digital applications or websites are maintained in English. We, at Genlish, conduct digital literacy program in regional languages to make it understandable.

How we do ?

We do digital literacy training program in regional languages. We teach them how they can become a part of digital inclusion by using e-governance initiatives of the local government, gathering information, and doing digital transactions. We train them on using the Internet safely, making them aware of cyber threats, privacy policy and copyright protection. With simple easy to understand tips and tricks, we equip them to browse the Internet for their maximum benefit.

What impact we create ?

Digital inclusion of unconnected and unaware people, people enjoying benefits of e-governance, weaker section becoming smarter and aware, using Internet safely, comfort of life through digital payments and subscription, enhanced communication between humankind through email, photo sharing for healthy relationship