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Facebook launched its digital training and startup training hub in India, aimed at helping small

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Facebook launched its digital training and startup training hub in India, aimed at helping small

businesses and developing digital skills in the public so that they can compete in today’s digital economy. Facebook said that

Facebook launched its digital training and startup training hub in India, aimed at helping small
businesses and developing digital skills in the public so that they can compete in today’s digital economy. Facebook said that


its plan is to train more than 5 lakh people in the country through these online training hubs by the year 2020.

The social network used by 21.7 million people in India said that the learning curriculum can be personalized according to the
individual needs, which is available English and hindi languages on mobile version of app.

Ritesh Mehta, Chief of Facebook India and South Asia’s programs said, “We believe that the best way to prepare India for the
digital economy is to enable people to have the tools, knowledge and skills they need to succeed. “Since 2011, Facebook has
invested more than $ 1 billion to help small enterprises around the world.

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