Veteran social media website Facebook on Saturday said that by 2021, it aims to train 50 million people to use digital media. The company will take this step to expand its business and strengthen its penetration in the global market. The US company, which considers India as a major market, has already trained ten million people through various initiatives.

Ankhi Das, director of Facebook’s public policy affairs for India, South and Central Asia, said, “Facebook is committed to ensuring the reach of small business people to the global economy and we have to deal with different organizations to connect with the people. Are there. We are committed to providing 50 lakh people and training people about digital skills and global markets by 2021.

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He said that Facebook has already trained ten lakh people through 150 programs and 50 partners in 48 thousand villages through 10 programs.
Das said, “In Facebook, we want everyone in India to feel connected to each other. Anyone who uses Facebook or Instagram, our purpose is to make local entrepreneurs benefit. Grow their digital skills so that their business can grow. Facebook has prepared training programs for them in 14 local languages.

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