RAIPUR: In a bid to promote cashless transactions and online business in Chhattisgarh, the state administration is gearing up to provide a digital army training to around 10 lakh people across the state till December 31.
Under this concept, people will be made digitally literate. Chief minister Raman Singh held discussion about starting arrangements in this regard with divisional commissioners and district collectors through video- conferencing.
Underlining the need for the digital literacy to streamline cashless transactions, chief minister said that 10 lakh digitally trained people, would be trained as digital army of Chhattisgarh till December 31.
These trained citizens would further work as mentors to teach masses.
Under this concept, first five districts, village panchayats and five commercial organisations would be awarded at the Republic Day function on January 26.