VLEs Manjit Yadav, Akash Sharma, Pramod Kumar and Sudheer Shukla from Raebareily, Firozabad, Jalaun, and Mau districts gave away certificates to the beneficiaries who have cleared PMGDISHA examination.
After completing the 10-day-training programme under PMGDISHA scheme, the candidates are familiar with the digital devices and various tools and internet applications.
Gram Panchayat and CSC officials were part of the certificate distribution events held at different districts of the state. Highlighting the vitality of digital literacy, the state has been actively promoting PMGDISHA across the state.
State and District Consultants of CSC organized a meeting in Imphal West. The meeting discussed the issues and roadmap for the implementation of Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital SakshartaAbhiyan. Few beneficiaries of PMGDISHA were also awarded with certificates.
Aiming to bridge the digital and gender divide, VLE Amit Binong from RiBhoi district hosted a registration drive for Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan at Lai Lad village, this month.
He invited housewives and self-help group women and made them aware of the scheme and its impact in their lives. More than 20 women got enrolled after the awareness programme during the drive.
The VLE also visited nearby villages and schools to promote the scheme. Similar registration and awareness campaigns were held at CSCs in West Khasi Hills in Meghalaya and the VLEs have increased the number of PMGDISHA beneficiaries on board