The Raspberry Pi computer continues to contribute to computer literacy throughout the world. Pramod Thomas at newindianexpress.com writes:
In order to increase computer literacy among school students in the state, the Kerala Government will distribute 10,000 Raspberry Pi computers to government and aided school students from eighth standard to eleventh standard in May this year.
A pilot project, Raspberry Pi Programme, will be launched in Thiruvananthapuram next week. The device will be given to 25 students in the state capital. The state government had allocated `5 crore for the project recently.
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