Fibernet Connectivity and Jio 4G to the Remotest Tribal Areas of AP
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The AP government has taken it as a prestigious project to offer internet services to the remotest part of the state. The Jagan Reddy government is very keen on offering AP Fibernet services in tribal areas where it is even difficult to get 2G signals.
Without the internet, it is highly impossible to effectively implement Grama Ward Sachivalayam system in the tribal areas. Thus, the AP Government took all the steps to offer internet services to every tribal village through AP Fibernet Corporation.
In this process, the AP Government has already sanctioned ₹3 crore funds to the concerned Fibernet Corporation.
The Rapid Rate of Change in Tribal Areas in terms of Connectivity:
The work-related to fibernet connectivity has already started in 134 tribal hamlets. Currently, the fibernet infrastructure work is spread across 51 villages in Rampachodavaram ITDA (East Godavari district), 49 villages in Parvathipuram ITDA (Vizianagaram District), 26 villages in Paderu ITDA (Visakhapatnam District), 6 villages in Srisailam ITDA (Kurnool district), and 1 village in K.R.Puram ITDA (West Godavari District) and 1 village in Chintoor ITDA (East Godavari District).
Reliance 4G Connectivity in Hilly Tribal Areas of AP:
In association with Reliance Jio Infocomm, the AP Government has already set up over 200 towers in these hilly tribal areas. With this, the agency areas including tribal hamlets are now geared up with Reliance Jio 4G wireless broadband services.
In an effort to facilitate internet services, the Tribal & Welfare Ministry has sent proposals to set up AP Fibernet infrastructure in 251 tribal hamlets. As per the Ministry, it requires ₹ 24.50 crore budget for the same. Thus, the government has taken every step to clear the hurdles in ensuring Fiber connectivity to the remotest corner in the state.
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