Jamshedpur: Adhunik Power & Natural Recourses Ltd. Padampur, launched Cyber Village, a public-Private-partnership project aiming at making 3000 rural youths/students computer literate over the periods of three years at Raipur.
The group’s head of corporate social responsibility Rajesh Ranjan said the project is based on creating self sustainable model which would be owned and maintained by the villagers.
The Cyber village project in each panchayat would have a batch strength of 100 students, who would be taught for six months. The course content includes MS-Office, financial software (Tally), internet operation and other office management software. The candidates are selected on basis of a test.
The building is provided by the panchayat, while computer, stationary and office furniture is provided by Adhunik Group.
A heavy duty UPS is also provide at the center in view of power scarcity. Students have to pay a nominal fee of Rs 110 per month.