In today’s world being educated by no means is about knowing only English, Hindi and Mathematics. One would not be able to survive in today’s digital world, nor get benefit of Government services, if one did not know, how to use computers. In addition, there would be no job in future where some or other computer application would not be there, which will make a non-computer educated person a misfit for that job and consequently in our society. Hence knowing computers is no more a luxury but a basic necessity.
So Jan Vikas Mission Trust started its new Project under which we provides free computer training to underprivileged students. They are trained by experts of the field who also provide them practical training for hands-on experience. Expert trainers and volunteers make sure the students receive the best knowledge of computer. The computer training centre provides basic training as well as advanced courses to students so that they can have better career perspectives. We have a dream of making every student proficient in using computers and survive in today’s digital world. JVM Trust inaugurated its new Computer Centre where it will be able to teach basic computer course to all such illiterate & poor (who not able to afford these classes) children at free of cost.
BPL youth who are educated and yet unemployed will get an opportunity to learn necessary computer skills in order to improve their chances of acquiring a decent job. Anyone who is below the age of 35, belongs to the backward classes, and is unemployed in spite of being educated, is eligible to apply. One challenge that the young people living below poverty line (BPL) face on a regular basis is the difficulty in getting the right employment opportunities.
In spite of some of them being educated, they fail to get a job due to lack of many necessary skills, including the knowledge of computers. To solve the issue and to turn these people into potential candidates for different companies, E-Max Education has launched a yearlong computer training programme where the youth will be trained at government recognized institutions.
– JVM Trust Team