As you are aware that the rural youth is not able to access quality computer education and for many accessing educations in some of the high techs. institutes are beyond their means. They are also hesitant and unwilling to leave their villages due to family circumstances and background.
In this background, NGO Sapna started a Computer Literacy Center in Vijay Mandir, Alwar (Rajasthan) in 2007. This center is located on Behror Road, in the outskirts of Alwar.
The objective was to prepare rural graduates to be “industry-ready” in IT skills and enhance their employment opportunities. The IT training center offers a three-month certificate course named RS-CIT (Rajasthan State Certificate Course in Information Technology).
The targeted beneficiaries are youths in rural areas who have completed their schooling or graduation and are in the lookout for employment. So far, the center has successfully trained more than 1200 youths in Alwar. The present center is equipped with a lab with 20 computers and a theory classroom.
Now, we are pleased to announce that we are expanding our offerings by starting an IT college named Sapna IT College. We have started two new courses – Diploma in Computer Applications (DCA) and Diploma in Accounts & GST – at Vijay Mandir, Alwar. We have tied up with Mizoram University and Tally Education for student certification. Our courses are designed to provide a balanced mix of theoretical and practical knowledge to our students, enabling them to acquire the necessary skills to excel in their chosen field.
New admissions have started at the Sapna IT College. There are currently two batches of accounts and GST, and three batches of RS-CIT. 26 students and 68 students, respectively, enrolled for the course.
Contact Us: Khushbu Agarwal (7737781366), Yash Sharma (8302229612)
Digital Literacy – Computer Literacy Centre (CLC), E-learning at the doorsteps
In the Information Age, digital literacy is one of the key factors in economic development and inclusive growth. It helps address socio-economic problems exacerbated by digital illiteracy. With a vision to make the young rural population of Alwar employable and empowered, and to bridge the digital-divide, SAPNA began its computer-literacy mission under the guidance of the then executive member Shri Akhilesh Jha in 2007.
The Computer Literacy Centre at Vijay Mandir has exposed hundreds of children to e-learning and trained young boys and girls in ICT skills. It is equipped with a modern computer lab,
It runs a Certificate Course in Information Technology (RS-CIT) in partnership with the Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation.
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