In commemoration of World Computer Literacy Day, first-year students pursuing Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) at Nirmala Arts and Science College organized a digital literacy class for Kudumbashree volunteers. The event, held in the college’s conference hall, was inaugurated by the esteemed Ward Member. Eldho Peter, Head of the Department of Computer Applications, delivered the welcome speech, setting the stage for an enlightening session. The event commenced with the inauguration by the Ward Member, emphasizing the importance of digital literacy in community development. The Ward Member acknowledged the efforts of the BCA students and encouraged Kudumbashree volunteers to embrace the opportunities presented by digital technologies. Eldho Peter, in his welcome speech, expressed gratitude to all attendees and highlighted the role of education in bridging the digital divide. He stressed the significance of collaboration between educational institutions and local communities to empower individuals through digital awareness. The event received accolades from the Ward Member and participants alike. The event successfully bridged the gap between academia and community, promoting digital literacy as a tool for empowerment. The collaboration between the Ward Member, Eldho Peter, and the BCA students showcased the commitment of both academic institutions and local governance to fostering digital awareness in communities. The positive engagement of Kudumbashree volunteers and their feedback underscored the success of this educational initiative.

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Published On: December 9, 2023Categories: College news, Computer Applications Department Activities