Indian Government is all set to provide high speed Broadband connection in rural areas across 2.5 lakh gram panchayats through Fiber optic channel in next few months.
Very expensive project worth Rs 21,000 will be implemented within 16 months and project is going to start under close observation in next two months.
The list of ultimate bidder has not been finalized yet and is expected to come out in next two months.
Government new project will help to construct superior connectivity through out the rural and urban areas as well as it will help to improve the public services.
Project will focus on the training of gram panchayats and important functionality of system through e-library.
Goal of this NOFM project is to spread the Fiber optic Broadband to the rural areas by utilizing the Universal Services Obligation Fund (USOF).
Project will be implemented under supervision of Bharat Broadband Network (BBNL) which is further executed by broadband giant BSNL and MTNL.
Government had given positive signal to the project of expansion of Broadband connection through optical fiber across 2,50,000 gram panchayats in October last year.
NOFN: National Optic Fibre Network