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Web India123 / 18.12.2018

Internet service provider ACT Fibernet on Tuesday joined hands with Tamil Nadu government to introduce Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) for the visually impaired students of Class 11 and 12, the company said.

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Technuter / 18.12.2018

ACT Fibernet has entered into an agreement with the Government of Karnataka to provide the startups registered with the start-up cell with high speed broadband connectivity.

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CIOL / 18.12.2018

ACT Fibernet (Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd.) India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider)[i] has entered into an agreement with the Government of Karnataka to provide the startups registered with the start-up cell with high speed broadband connectivity.

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India News / 17.12.2018

Internet service provider ACT Fibernet on Tuesday joined hands with Tamil Nadu government to introduce Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) for the visually impaired students of Class 11 and 12, the company said.

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India Tech Online / 06.12.2018

Bangalore, December 6 2018: India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband Internet Service Provider, ACT Fibernet  has joined hands with the Government of Tamil Nadu to introduce Digital accessible information system (DAISY) for the visually challenged students of 11th and 12th Standards for both CBSE and State board syllabus in partnership with Karna Vidya foundation for the first time in India.

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Television Post / 06.12.2018

MUMBAI: ACT Fibernet has joined hands with the Government of Tamil Nadu to introduce Digital accessible information system (DAISY) for the visually impaired students of 11th and 12th Standards for both CBSE and State board syllabus in partnership with Karna Vidya foundation for the first time in India.

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Deccan Chronicle / 05.12.2018

Chief Minister Edapaddi K. Palaniswami hands over a laptop printer and Daisy software.....

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Express Computer / 05.12.2018

Fibre broadband ISP ACT Fibernet has partnered with the Tamil Nadu government to introduce digital access information system for the visually-challenged students.

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VAR India / 05.12.2018

  ACT Fibernet (Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd) has joined hands with the Government of Tamil Nadu to introduce Digital accessible information system (DAISY) for the visually- impaired students of 11th and 12th Standards for both CBSE and State Board syllabus in partnership with Karna Vidya Foundation for the first time in India. The collaboration intends to empower students and enable them to overcome challenges through smart technology-oriented education.

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Telecom Drive / 05.12.2018

The collaboration intends to empower students and enable them to overcome challenges through smart technology-oriented education.

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Indian Newz / 05.12.2018

ACT Fibernet (Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd.) India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider), has teamed up with the Karnataka State Reserve Police (KSRP) to provide mobile toilets for the KSRP battalion.

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News Patrolling / 05.12.2018

 ACT Fibernet (Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd.) India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider), has teamed up with the Karnataka State Reserve Police (KSRP) to provide mobile toilets for the KSRP battalion.

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The New Indian Express / 05.12.2018

CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on Tuesday presenting Daisy software, designed by ACT Fibernet...

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Business Standard (PTI) / 04.12.2018

 Fibre broadband ISP (internet service provider) ACT Fibernet Tuesday partnered with the Tamil Nadu government to introduce digital access information system for the visually-challenged students.

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Business Standard (IANS) / 04.12.2018

Internet service provider ACT Fibernet on Tuesday joined hands with Tamil Nadu government to introduce Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) for the visually impaired students of Class 11 and 12, the company said.

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