Charitable Computer Center

Digitization brings about significant opportunities for young and unemployed students in the remote villages. One of the quickest ways to help reduce unemployment is by providing vocational training in Computers and programming languages. Realizing this potential, Vidyadhara Foundation has partnered with the Charitable Computer Center who is offering such training in a remote village in Northern India. Activities of the Charitable Computer Center are briefly described below. 

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Started in 2017, the Charitable Computer School is accredited by NIELIT (National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt of India) to impart computer training in Digital Literacy Concepts (DLC) and more advance Data Entry and Office Automation course (

 The school is located in the Village Nangli in Meerut District (UP) India. The aim of this computer center is to impart computer education to rural area boys and girls, mostly in high school who have no access to the computer teaching in their schools. The center teaches computer courses with a state-of-the-art computer Lab, where programming for Internet, Web, MS office etc. are taught. One of the DLC program called Computer Concept Course (CCC) certificate is a requirement for any person seeking a UP govt job. We are now in the process of offering one year Diploma Course that includes Computer programming Languages such as Python, and Java (o-level). With Data entry and O-level certificates, school will help and prepare students for getting jobs in the local industry. Success rate for passing NIELIT conducted CCC examinations at over 80%.