Aaradhya Charitable Trust starts ‘Free Computer Education’ for needy Students
ONI Bureau: Aaradhya Charitable Trust (ACT) on Saturday started ‘Free Computer Education’ for educated students in remote areas where the students are not able to go town due to distance or poverty.
In the first phase Computer Education started at Banuaguda Grama Pachayat in Jharigaon block of Nabarangpur Dist where the students will get computer study in Saturday, Sunday and in Govt holidays. Rest of the day the system will stay in the free educational institute of ACT in Jharigaon.
The Trust have a target to complete the basic computer education including MS Offfice within a duration of 3 months. Trust will provide valid certificate to them so that they will get an employment.
After 3 months completion in this GP the Trust will start this in an another Grama Pachayat where there have educated students are available and they have interest to get Computer Education.
In the inaugural day, Word member of the village Phulsingh Gouda, villagers, chief of ACT, Sagarika Satapathy, Trustee Sri Manoj Sethi, Teachers including Surendra Nayak, Birendra Kumar Padhi, Basant Tripathy and prasant jena were present at the occasion.