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Sri Lanka Computer literacy improve but Desktop or Laptop computer availability fell

SocialJul 25, 2023
Sri Lanka Computer literacy improve but Desktop or Laptop computer availability fell

In 2022, at least one computer was reported to be available among 21.9% of the households in the country, in comparison of the same of 22.9% in 2021. Overall Computer Literacy reported in 2022 in Sri Lanka was 36.0 %, improved from 34.3% in 2021.

When the provinces are considered the highest availability of computers was in the Western province (35.8%) while the lowest availability is reported from the Eastern (11.4%). Among the provinces, the highest level of computer literacy is reported from the Western province (47.5%). The lowest computer literacy is reported from the North Central province (24.0%).

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