PULWAMA: To review the progress of e-governance and success of CSC oriented Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Sakshrata Abhiyaan (PMGDISHA) in district Pulwama a meeting was on Wednesday convened at DC office Complex Pulwama.
The meeting was attended by Joint Director Planning Ghulam Muhammad, Assistant Commissioner Development, Munnawar Ahmed, State head CSC e-governance Farooq Renzu Shah, Block Development officers, Zonal Education Officers, Principals of various educational institutes and other concerned officials.
The meeting was informed that 5600 students have passed the certification course under PMGDISHA program in the district, while as two months internship course is being started for graduate and postgraduate students who have already passed certification course under PMGDISHA.
Speaking on the Occasion, State head CSC e-governance Renzu Shah complimented district administration Pulwama for yielding respectable results in computer literacy program inspite of various challenges. He said that under CSC e-governance numerous services under different sectors and fields including that of health, tele law, legal literacy, skill, e-vahaan, etc have been successfully launched in J&K State.
While setting the target of 10000 more students for registration and certification by 20th of August, Joint Director Planning said that under PMGDISHA scheme large number of students and employees of the district are able to take benefit of this prestigious computer literacy program.