e book net is a non-profit charity that helps disadvantaged students in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh through reading books.
A book is defined as an oral, visual, or audio recording of a book.
Definisi is a digital book that can be downloaded, downloaded, and downloaded again.
It has the potential to reach millions of students, said Nandan Kumar, who runs the charity, which is based in Kolkata.
“If you look at the distribution model of definisis in India and other developing countries, we have over 3.5 million downloads every day,” Kumar told AFP news agency.
“The challenge of definiis is that they are very difficult to get and very difficult for teachers and parents to maintain,” he said.
“In a world where people are constantly trying to get information, it’s very important for us to be providing this information to as many students as possible.”
Definisi has more than 3.3 million downloads, according to Kumar.
The charity says that since 2010, it has helped around 500,000 students across the world, and about 1.7 million in India.
The organisation’s website says that it supports students across disciplines and socio-economic status.
The website also describes how students can access the book at their convenience, or get a book from the library.
Definisis was started by Kumar in 2004, when he was working as an IT professional for a company.
Kumar says he is now the charity’s CEO.
“I started Definisis as a way of providing literacy and literacy-related programmes to students in remote communities.
I think it has been really positive for them,” he told AFP.
Kumar said that the charity has been working with a few states, and that the books are being downloaded by the state government.
“A lot of states are trying to put the books in libraries and it’s really a huge undertaking for the government to get these books to schools,” he added.
The initiative has been backed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Education, Science and Technology (HREST), the HRD ministry, and other government agencies, the website said.
The programme is free and easy to access, and the book can be read at anytime.
But there is a catch.
“This book is only accessible through the website.
There is no access to the internet.
You need to download it from your device and then you can read it online,” Kumar said.
He added that the ministry has offered a loan of up to Rs 5 lakh to definisises publishers.
Definiis says that as of September 2017, it had downloaded 3,400,000 e books and 2,400 books that were digital.
It says that this number does not include the downloads made by other definisists who have published e books on its website.
Defarisi has also partnered with other publishers, including Penguin Random House, which released a book of definasis titled How to Read an e Book.
“We hope to get around 10,000 definisise books to be available to schools in the next year,” Kumar added.