STATE TIMES NEWS RAJOURI: As part of the Skill India Initiative, a “Information Technology Training and Computer Course” for 25 girl students of Keri town is being conducted from 22 Jul to 21 Aug 19 at Youth Centre, Keri, with an aim towards women empowerment. The girl students from remote areas of Keri and adjoining villagers have been selected to undergo the course. The students will be educated about basic computer knowledge to include Operating Systems, Windows, MS Office, Internet etc. It is also visualised that in the long run, the skilled students of the state will further contribute the ‘Digital India’ initiative of the Government of India and join the main stream of development. The course has been planned to assist the youth seeking job opportunities by enhancing their skills. All successful participants will be awarded with a certificate from National Skill Development Council (NSDC). The Army has aligned its efforts to the initiatives of State and Central Government and focused on conduct of accredited courses with recognised certification which shall help the youth optimally utilising the opportunities offered. In the opening ceremony, students were told about the syllabus to be covered during the classes and importance of computers in modern life. During informal interaction with students, it was amply clear that the youth are looking forward to these classes and have desire to acquire computer skills.
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