राष्ट्रीय इलेक्ट्रॉनिकी एवं सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान ,कोहिमा
National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology,Kohima
06 April 2016
As part of nation-wide Digital India campaign, National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) training programme was officially launched in Dimapur under the supervision, guidance and direction of DC Dimapur, Kesonyu Yhome at the premises of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School on October 29th 2015. For the success of the mission, Yhome urged upon all stakeholders to collaborate, co-ordinate and co-operate with the mission officials. He also suggested the IT faculties of the schools to include NDLM course curriculum as part of their teaching content and ensure that eligible students appear and clear the online digital literacy test conducted by NIELIT and organized by Career CliniQ.
OSD for Nagaland, NDLM-Career CliniQ, Jitu Bora introduced the audience about Digital India and particularly about NDLM. This was followed by the formal exchange of MoU between Career CliniQ and NIELIT in the presence of the Yhome about the execution of the work in Nagaland.
Delivering keynote address, Joint Director & HoD, NIELIT Kohima, Er. L. Lanuwabang said, NDLM program undertaken by NIELIT and Career CliniQ, sought to attune to the vision of the nation-wide Digital India Campaign - To transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.
He also stressed on how technology and digital devices reshape people's lives in all arenas. He also emphasized on the easy access of various cost-effective digital services rendered by the centre and the state government like the digital Locker, NBSE online verification of mark sheets, NPSC online application modes, state portal, scholarship websites, other e-Governance services, etc. He also formally distributed a unique and most modern labtab device to principal of Don Bosco HS School, Dimapur, father Joshua.
NDLM - Career CliniQ project head for East and South India, Dr.Anirban Choudhury highlighted on detail about the phase-wise implementation strategy for the project. He urged upon all stakeholders to collectively work towards achieving the mission of making Nagaland a 100% Digital Literate State.
IT faculty of all major government and private schools also attended the launching programme.