ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Costly Lesson

December 27, 1986 the government does not seem to be aware of the urgent need to address itself to the emerging problems associated with the Computer revolution' being heralded with such fanfare It is not surprising that the policy statement amounts to little more than a set of administrative measures, pious hopes and unreasonable targets/objectives. The policy is ostensibly aimed at capturing a share of the world trade in software which is estimated to be of the order of $ 100 billion by 1990. Concomitantly it is hoped that this would also involve the development of the indigenous software industry.

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