Malappuram aims to have 100 percent e-literacy with the help of wireless Internet: This district in the Indian state of Kerala is deploying networks in hundreds of regional centers which are located within a few kilometers of several villages each. The population of 600,000 families can pay about US$1.00 (if I have the conversion of rupees correctly calculated) for 15 lessons.
Astoundingly, the government claims that 400,000 households are already e-literate, without precisely defining what that means, and has a goal of 100 percent. The entire state of Kerala ultimately hopes to expand this mode of providing access throughout its 14 districts. Kerala claims 100 percent written literacy.