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Computer Training Programme at MIER College
5/20/2023 10:09:13 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, May 20: A computer training program was organized by the Extension Unit of MIER College of Education from May 9 to May 12, 2023, at its computer lab.
The program aimed to bridge the digital divide and provide access to technology for children from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Rohini Sharma, Lab Incharge at MIER College, served as the resource person for the training.
Over the course of four days, the program focused on developing basic computer skills, including knowledge about computer hardware and software, operating systems, and word processing. It was conducted under the computer literacy initiative specifically for the children of Kabir Basti.
The training aimed to empower them with essential computer skills and enhance their digital literacy, enabling them to become active and proficient users of technology.
Approximately 18 students from Kabir Basti participated in the training program, which was well-organized by Mrs. Suman Devi, Incharge of the Extension Unit. The parents of the participating children expressed their appreciation for the college's initiative and encouraged the organization of similar programs in the future.
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