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Google Grants $1 Million For Internews To Promote News Literacy

Google grants $1 million for Internews to promote news literacy. The financing is a part of’s more extensive, $10 million pledge to media proficiency, as a team with the Google News Initiative (GNI), the organization said in an announcement.

Internews will choose a group of 250 columnists, actuality checkers, scholastics and NGO laborers, who will be prepared on an educational plan created by worldwide and Indian specialists, adjusted to nearby needs and accessible in seven Indian dialects.

The local pioneers will at that point reveal the preparation to new Internet users in non-metro urban communities in India, empowering them to more readily explore the Internet and survey the data they find.

In association with outsider associations like DataLeads and Internews, the GNI has so far gave top to bottom check preparing to in excess of 15,000 writers and understudies from in excess of 875 news associations, in 10 Indian dialects.

Google a year ago prepared writers in online confirmation and fact checking, digital safety and security, YouTube for elections inclusion and data visualisation for the general races.