In today’s world the knowledge of computer software or hardware is basic necessity for a lot of jobs. By making students from underprivileged sections of the society computer literate will mean making them competent and better suited for today’s job market or pursue higher studies. This will also improve their prospects of getting into a better job. We can therefore safely conclude- lack of basic computer skills can certainly be looked upon as a hindrance to an individual’s development.
It was really unfortunate to see these well deserving students from Govt. schools not having basic idea of computers, simply because they have never used computers. Though we could encourage every student to get some basic computer knowledge to at least keep in touch, this is far from reality as govt. schools does not have adequate C-lab facilities. Earlier the younger ones get familiar with computers, the better it will be for them to find out what lies out there.
Project Name/Title: Basic Computer Literacy Program for underprivileged Govt. school students in Bangalore, Karnataka.
Project Summary: To set-up a computer lab at Govt. Schools and enable computer usage / application exposure to underprivileged students in order to improve their skillset & employability. To equip the teachers of Govt. Schools with the basic skills in application of computer programs and software’s in implementing computer-assisted instruction across subjects and teachers act as facilitators of learning.
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