The Indian Telecoms and IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, has tasked the National Informatics Centre (NIC) with creating a blockchain-based resolution for enhancing the standard of presidency colleges.
Blockchain challenged to remodel schooling
The NIC and native state authorities ought to open their doorways for startups working underneath outlined norms, mentioned Prasad.
“I’m very eager how we are able to leverage blockchain in major schooling. In truth at the moment I’m going to provide you a process, NIC crew. Can you consider an excellent software of blockchain expertise for enhancing the standard of presidency colleges all around the nation?”
Both private and non-private colleges are good, he confirmed, however he believed that leveraging blockchain expertise might see a transformational change happen.
Start-ups to type key position
India is dwelling to round 26,000 start-ups, 9,000 of that are within the tech sector. Prasad urged NIC to develop mechanisms to incorporate these start-ups in its expertise area, stating, “NIC can become a big patron of the startup movement.”
Although the Indian authorities are getting behind blockchain applied sciences, cryptocurrency has had a bumpier trip within the nation. As Cointelegraph reported, the Supreme Court is at the moment listening to proof as to why the Reserve Bank of India enforced a nationwide banking ban on the cryptocurrency market.