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Bal Umang DrishyaSanstha (BUDS) has designed and implemented many programs with the aim of building the capacity of children in different areas of development to enhance the quality of their lives. Computer literacy skills training program is one such opportunity; it is a capacity building strategy that empowers individuals to be knowledgeable in the use of computer applications. In other words, a person who knows how to use the machine to complete any task is computer-literate.
Computer-literate often connotes little more than the ability to use several very specific applications like Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft PowerPoint, typing skills, Internet, mails, etc. for certain very well-defined simple tasks, largely by rote..
BUDS are strongly advocating the building of knowledge societies where the power of information and communication helps people access the knowledge, they need to improve their lives and achieve their full potential. Increasingly, the concept of information-literacy is considered as crucially important to enable people to deal with the challenge of making use of information and communication technology.The Global Karma Health & Education Trust(GKHET) has collaborated with BUDS to provide greater number of children benefits through a larger number of vocational skill development programs. .
Indeed, governments, intergovernmental & non-governmental organizations, academia, civil society and the private sector have all come to the conclusion that computers, the Internet, and hand-held wireless devices are driving today profound changes in the way visual and auditory information is being created, transmitted, accessed and stored.Get Involved DONATE
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