Srinagar, Nov. 22 -- The report has come at a time when the government is investing in the model of education through digital mode that holds promise of being accessible to everyone.

DESPITE efforts afoot to digitalize civic affairs and governance structure in Jammu Kashmir, the region's "slow progress" in the digital education-gaining momentum in the mainland-has prompted a new report to suggest some boost measures.

As per the latest Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE) report, only 32.6 per cent of schools in J&K had functional computer facilities in the academic year of 2021-22.

The UDISE data has also shown stark difference in availability of computer and internet facilities in government as compared to private...