Now when technology is playing a vital role connecting the rural world to the urban and helping to strengthen the development and prosperity of the rural world, government and non profitable organisation are trying to promote the rural scale through the medium of technology.
Talking about India which is 68 percent rural, a lot is their to promote and develop and make rural lives sustainable. The nation has vibrate art and culture along with a lot of hand crafted materials which are can be promoted worldwide. Taking this into consideration government as non government organisation are trying to promote the product internationally through the medium of technology.
Uttarakhand Governor K K Paul said it is "absolutely necessary" to link cottage industries based on local products with low-cost modern technology to empower women economically and to generate self-employment opportunities for youth in the state’s rural areas.
Making the observation on a visit to the Himalayan Environmental Studies & Conservation Organisation in Shuklapur village near here, Paul praised HESCO for its efforts in developing technologies which are useful for rural people describing them as "pioneering work".
He also had a special word of praise for the low cost geyser, solar cooker, improvised stove developed by HESCO, an organisation founded by noted environmentalist Anil Joshi.