Bolivia's state-run PC assembly facility in El Alto city is expected to be ready by December this year, education minister Roberto Aguilar was quoted as saying by state news agency ABI.
The facility - developed jointly by the government and several companies - will assemble computers to be distributed to students throughout the country.
Basic services such as energy, water and sanitation for the plant are still pending.
Last May, Bolivia's and Portugal's governments signed a scientific and technological cooperation agreement to support establishing the assembly plant.
The ministry said there is no exact information about the resources to be invested in the facility because studies are still being conducted.
"A technical team is working to determine the requirements, capacity and production volume according to Bolivia's needs," Aguilar added.