The Osama Manzar presentations delve into a troublesome digital divide. Mazar sheds light upon a blatant lack of technology in India, as well as upon its implications. Progression in the realms of education and business have been restrained by this phenomenon, and his dedication to its mitigation has inspired many international development aficionados.
Although Manzar currently works as an activist, he studied physics at the university level. His subsequent graduate diploma in journalism has also been supplemented with his receipt of the Chevening/Young Indian IT Professional Programme Scholarship in 2002, leading him to a IT Management Programme at Manchester's Business School.
Osama Manzar's presentations are inspirational for those who wish to see India's socio-economic improvement. His technology-based solutions are realistic and in tune with contemporary shifts, many of which have been spearheaded via his foundation of the Digital Empowerment Forum.