Weekly Newsletter of CSC e-Governance Services India Limited, May 29, 2015  |   CSC network is one of the largest Government approved online service delivery channels in the world
 
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 Coimbatore VLE reaches out to Erode DISHA beneficiaries

Anganwadi workers attending classes at Coimbatore
DISHA classes being held at a computer centre in Erode


Although it takes more than two hours by road to reach Erode, the distance doesn’t deter Coimbatore-based VLE V. Prathap and his colleague from travelling more than 100 km to deliver digital literacy classes in remote villages of Erode where there is insufficient infrastructure.

Since April 25, 2015, Prathap and his colleague have been collaborating with VLEs of Erode to provide digital literacy training under Digital Saksharta Mission (DISHA) in 12 blocks of the district. Currently, they have trained 400 Anganwadi workers from five blocks, while training for 150 workers is continuing. Prathap and his team visit remote villages or areas where the VLEs do not have sufficient computer infrastructure with their computers or arrange for classes to be held at local computer centres. At some villages, classes are provided at the Child Development Project Officer’s office.

Apart from Erode, Prathap has also set up an NDLM centre at Barathi Park Road in Coimbatore. The classes at the centre started on May 14 and 180 Anganwadi workers will be finishing their Level 1 training in the next two days.



 


 Chhattisgarh CM awards 16 beneficiaries for completing DISHA training


Health workers receive digital literacy training at the DISHA centre


Twelve Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) and four Mitanins of Ramanujganj town in border district of Balrampur, Chhattisgarh, received certificates for completing Digital Saksharta Abhiyan training at a function attended by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on May 20, 2015. The function was organised by State Women and Child Development department under the Mukhyamantri Kanya Vivaah Yojana.

These grassroots health functionaries were provided digital literacy training at the DISHA training centre at Ramanujganj within a span of five days. The classes were held for six hours every day, starting May 14. Currently, around 50 health workers are undergoing training at the Ramanujganj centre.

Distributing the certificates, Dr. Singh appreciated the enthusiastic response given by the rural population of the district for various development activities. Apart from the chief minister, Home and Public Health Engineering Minister Mr. Ramsevak Paikra, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Kamalbhan Singh, former minister Mr. Ramvichar Netam and other local leaders were present at the function.



 


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