CAG slammed HRD Ministry for shortcomings in Aakash tablet project, raising questions over "arbitrary" selection of IIT, Rajasthan to launch scheme without assessing capacity to undertake the work.
The man behind India`s low-cost Aakash tablet and an Indian American professor are listed among Forbes 15 "classroom revolutionaries" who are using innovative technologies to reinvent education for students and teachers globally.
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal on Friday said he had sent the low cost devices to the Gujarat chief minister so that he can "learn" about them.
Gujarat CM returned two Aakash tablet devices sent to him by the Union HRD minister for his feedback.
Stung by Narendra Modi`s remarks on delay in delivery of Aakash tablets, Kapil Sibal has asked the Guj CM to keep education away from politics
Seeking to turn tables on Gujarat CM, Kapil Sibal said that he would present the version-2 of Aakash tablet to Narendra Modi.
Chief Minister Narendra Modi took a swipe at the Congress in Gujarat for its promise to provide free laptops if it came to power.
The upgraded version of Aakash tablet would be launched in April or May without hike in price.
Indian Army Chief V K Singh today launched the digital version of Indian War Comics (IWC), which will be available for users of upcoming version of Aakash tablet PC.
India is open to collaboration with international companies for future development of Aakash tablet.
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