Project aims to impart e-governance literacy to around 12,000 Class X students
GN Bureau | January 21, 2014
The St Teresa’s College has rolled out a project to train almost 12,000 government school students in e-governance at the Government Girls High School on January 16th.
According to a report in the Indian Express, the initiative is the brainchild of the economics department of the college and is an extension of the much-lauded ‘e-jalakam’ initiative of the college, and has been aptly titled as ‘e-Jaalakam@School’.
The report said that the project aims to impart e-governance literacy to around 12,000 Class X students of 86 government and aided schools across the district.
A student’s handbook on e-governance - e Mithram - was also released at the function. The handbook would provided to the students for better understanding of the e-governance processes during the training sessions, said the report. It also mentioned that the project has been sponsored by Rainbow Publishers Pvt Ltd and Greater Cochin Round Table 102.
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