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India’s ‘post-millennial’ generation seems set to overtake the preceding ‘millennial’ generation or ‘Gen Y’, taking communication over social networks like Facebook and Twitter and instant messaging modes like Whatsapp to newer extremes, according to the findings of the TCS survey 2012-13, which was released today.

The findings of India’s largest survey of nearly 17,500 high school students across 14 Indian cities – the first such survey of an exclusive post-millennial audience – reveals that smart devices and unprecedented levels of online access are making this generation the most connected yet. This is changing the way they communicate with each other and transforming both their academic and social lives.

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via Digital divide closes among India’s ‘post-millennials’ with 70 percent students owning smart phones nationally.


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