Soon indigenous mobile operating system.. IIT Madras created India’s operating system
New Delhi, Andhraprabha: The central government on Tuesday tested an indigenously developed mobile operating system under the slogan “Manufacturing in India, for India.. for the rest of the world” along with promoting fully indigenous manufacturing under the name Atmanirbhar Bharat. Developed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, this operating system was named ‘Bharat Operating System’. In short, it will be called BharOS. According to the designers, ‘Bharos’ works on the lines of Android and iOS (Apple’s own operating system), which are ruling the world.
The central ministers tested the performance of the operating system by making a video call between two mobile phones installed on this operating system. Union IT and Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan ‘Bharos’ made a video call on their mobile phones. He expressed his satisfaction and happiness that this operating system has nothing to do with Android and I-OS. IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav hailed the development of this operating system as a realization of the Prime Minister’s vision of India becoming self-sufficient in all sectors including digital infrastructure.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that the poor people of the country will benefit the most from the digital infrastructure created with strong indigenous knowledge and self-sufficiency. He said that encouraging those who work according to the ideas and policies of the government is a proof of the typical performance of Prime Minister Modi. He stated that this operating system will eliminate the data privacy fears that the world is facing today, and there will be no compromise in security through this operating system, which is designed with great emphasis on the security of personal information. Union Ministers expressed hope that the operating system will soon be available for public use.