Right to Education is the primary right of every citizen of India, whether a child resides in a high profile society or in a far away not so developed secluded village. The number of schools in rural regions is very less and in addition to it, students are forced to travel long distances without access to clean drinking water and other basic facilities. More often appointed teachers play truant and do not fulfill their basic tasks as a knowledge provider. In few villages it is observed that teachers ask villager to teach students who has hardly completed primary school and is a farmer or barber by occupation. This study is to know the access of different means of communication channels available to rural people and also access to basic information related to education, agriculture and health. To provide information on day to day activities and to overcome all the constraints faced by the rural people, Telecom Technology is the ultimate solution for the rural upliftment. Copyright 2012 ACM.