With the ongoing digital drive in India, the number of users opting for online banking is expected to double to reach 150 million mark by 2020, from the current 45 million active urban online banking users in India.
In 2017, smartphone subscriptions in India are expected to represent around 30% of all mobile subscriptions. By 2022, this number is expected to reach over 60% while smartphone subscriptions are set to reach 890 million, and data traffic per smartphone to reach almost 11 GB per month.
The Ministry of Human Resource Development introduced the e-Pathshala programme to promote ‘learning on the go’ among students, teachers and parents. Through this initiative, free access to NCERT books is available to students of classes 1 to 12. These books are available in both Hindi and English.