Where Did Aakash Go?

Here’s an article from Fast Company that sets out to shed some light on the current state of play regarding the Aakash tablet.

Fast Company Article

One can criticize the article for being a little too tongue in cheek and belittling, but if the content is even partially true then this is a monumental disappointment, especially after hopes were raised so high. That some people believed that the objectives of this project SHOULD have been achievable is not wholly unreasonable. However, the questions will need to be asked about why such objectives proved so unattainable as well as questioning the wisdom of setting up such high public expectations when so much was still in doubt.

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One Response

  1. Why should we try which we just can’t ? Time and resources , prestige of word , is there any substitute to them when we waste .

    Very not so feeling right after reading this big boasting by HRD & Education Department.

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