Increasing DL access in India - I'm guessing that's a great idea, at least in the cities. Barriers for other areas: (1) around 700,000 small rural villages. Many without internet access. Internet usage in the villages - currently about 2% of people, so I'm told. (2) Poor enforcement of anti-child-labour laws. Last I looked (2014) I read about 150 million Indian children who should have been in school (by Indian law) but were not. Most of those were indentured to labour contracts. Many extremely poor parents with no other option, I guess. Sure, improve distance education opportunities. But as a priority - try and ensure rural (and other) children are properly fed, have health care and are actually in school, where they belong. Yes, I know that's a tall order! After they eat well and get to school healthy -- then concentrate on piping in the the Internet, by all means. J.