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Free IT empowerment in Kokrajhar

A month-long free summer information technology (IT) empowerment for girls started from today at Nedan foundation conference hall in Kokrajhar.

It was organized by Nedan foundation, an NGO based at Kokrajhar is to impart IT empowerment to the girls so that they become equip with modern days technology need in day to day life where 33 girls from remote areas of Kokrajhar and Chirang district participated.

Carol Narzary, former Kokrajhar DC and BTC Secretary inaugurated the free summer IT that would offered basic fundamentals of computer course during the programme.

Narzary shared his views and opinion on the need of the IT empowerment for young girls.

Digambar Narzary, Chairman of the Nedan foundation gave an illuminating idea about the need of the It empowerment for girls,  its impact and their future plan and activities. It was carried out by a short PPT by the IT instructor.

The Nedan foundation is focusing on giving one month free course on the basic fundamentals of computer including MS office, Typing,  browsing, painting, introduction of Photoshop and introduction of DTP.



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