Hyderabad: The Telangana Association of United Kingdom (TAUK) on Sunday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) to support all the digital literacy and welfare programmes in Telangana, especially TITA’s digital literacy initiative, Digithon.
Speaking on the occasion, Sundeep Kumar Makthala, global president, TITA, said many NRI groups from the United States as well had extended their support to the digital literacy programmes taken up here so far and that many more groups were coming forward for collaborating with TITA. The tie-up with TAUK was a good opportunity to serve the people, he said, adding that nearly 25 villages in Telangana have imparted education through Digithon programmes with NRI support so far. He also asked TAUK members to share best practices in technology as well.
Anil Kurmachalam, president, TAUK, said that the organisation wanted to work with TITA in order to contribute in adopting villages and educating people for the new world challenges. There were hundreds of villages in Telangana in which the association wanted to support TITA for literacy programmes. TAUK would sponsor the programmes run by TITA and extend their support in Digithon programmes, he added.