CSC SPV in association with Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College and Daulat Ram College hosted awareness workshops on Digital India initiatives at the college auditorium.
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College saw a participation of more than 170 students apart from the teachers and non-teaching staffs. Rishikesh Patankar, Head of Operations (Education) spoke about Digital India and what is its impact on students. Bhagwati Jamnal, Manager, shed light on CSC and various digital services delivered through the CSCs across the villages in India. Hitesh Rana of Financial Literacy gave information on insurance, pension and banking schemes.
The workshop held at Daulat Ram College was attended by 150 students. CSC SPV CEO Dr. Dinesh Tyagi spoke about Artificial Intelligence, Digital India avenues for students. He also interacted with the students and answered their queries during the session. CEO also introduced StreeSwabhiman scheme to the students.
The workshops are held as part of the series being conducted in different colleges under Delhi University .
Village-level entrepreneur Ashok Malviya from Sihor district has been predominantly into computer education and skill enhancement programs. And have registered 250 candidates for PMGDISHA and have created awareness for PMGDISHA, and Basics of Computers.
As Gavakheda village is one of the rural areas and lots of candidates fall under BPL, it was a real challenge to make them do transactions and use mouse. Most of the citizens are either poor or hail from backward castes.
He has visited institutes of the areas to create digital awareness, because of which candidates of all ages queued up and got enrolled for PMGDISHA.
More than 50 people were participated in the event. The centre also hosts some discussion sessions on topics like impacts and benefits of digital education in rural India which attracted more beneficiaries.
VLE Preetam SinhTanwar from Bichapur also has been actively popularising the PMGDISHA scheme .