Skill Education to the Rural Poor Children

Update posted by PRANAB MALAKAR On Nov 04, 2018

CHALLENGE

I heve taken the challenge to teach everyone to go home who need to live life.

Rural Areas of India it is not feasible to provide Basic education in these areas. because of

(1) Lack of Infrastructure

(2)Building , furniture and Computing Resourses.

(3) Poor Power Supply

(3) Lack of Skilled Man-Power. The Project will benefit students, farmers and civilians to gain computer literacy and knowledge.

Our aim is to implement

1) Computer Literacy.

2) Society Upliftment.

3) Reduction of Digital Divide.

4) Skill Traning.

Under this programme, we arrange a mobile class lab equipped with only 5 laptops & Projector with data connection. Two qualified teachers Podmeswar Bora, Pranjal Das and me in rural areas in Hojai, Lanka, Karbi Anglong, etc. etc. District and teach basics of computers and internet to class eight and above students. We are already reached out to 1700 children of 16 Village and rural areas , High Schools in the last two years.

The teachers take an hour-long daily class for two batches in each school / village over a fortnight and conduct daily tests to assess their learning progress.

All student trainees would be presented certificates from AGE COMPUER INSTITUE HOJAI,

The mobile lab has reached out to 1700 children of 10 ZP High Schools in the last two years

Teachers take an hour-long daily class for two batches in each school over a fortnight

If I get needed money for my Projectthen I will no longer need any more funding for my project any more.

My blog address is : ageinsthojai.blogspot.in

Thank You All

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