For this, the government is implementing the national optical fibre network project, a government spokesperson told IANS.
At present, optical fibre cable connectivity is available only at the state capital, the district headquarters and up to the block level.
The national optical fibre network will be done by utilising existing fibres of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and also laying incremental fibre, if required.
The spokesperson said the aim of the project is to empower the rural masses by providing improved access to information and public services.
It would also facilitate electronic delivery of services like e-education, e-health, e-banking and e-agriculture.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 11 had reviewed the project, that is already much delayed.
The project was conceived in 2011 and the deadline to connect all panchayats with broadband was 2013-end. But later, the timeline was deferred to September 2015 by the then United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government.
By the end of March 2015, only 20,000 village panchayats got broadband connectivity whereas the target was to connect 50,000 village panchayats.
The central government has set a target to roll out broadband in 150,000 village panchayats by March 2016 and the rest by end of 2016.