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KITE celebrates 5 years by winning CM Innovation in Public Policy Award

Thiruvananthapuram, July 19 (UNI) On its fifth Anniversary, the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) under General Education Department has won the Chief Minister’s Award for Innovations in Public Policy.
KITE won the award in Procedural Intervention category for 2019 for its Little KITES IT Clubs and First Bell Digital Classes. The Award includes a citation and cash prize of Rs five lakh.
Setup as IT@School Project in 2000 for imparting IT education in State schools, KITE was made a State Govt owned Company on 20th July 2017, KITE CEO Anvar Sadath said in a release on Tuesday.
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