Leading India through education, skill development, services and e-governance network, AISECT has played a major role in bridging the skill and ICT gap between urban and rural India by creating local opportunities for the rural youth. Bringing about inclusive changes through quality education and training, AISECT endeavours to empower and uplift the previously untapped semi-urban and rural areas of the country.
With a PAN-India presence of 23,000 Skill Provider Centres across 29 States and 3 Union Territories, 10 State offices and 30 Regional offices, AISECT has gradually built its all inclusive network at the grassroots level.
“The most sustainable and scalable form ofIT penetration and popularization in India”
World Bank in collaboration with IIM-A