The Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) in collaboration with Government of Telangana launching the ‘Telangana Digithon – Digital Literacy Programme’ on Thursday, August 27th 2015 at 10:00AM in UGC Auditorium of JNTU Kukatpally, Hyderabad. ‘Telangana Digithon’ Logo was unveiled by Telangana IT Minister Mr K T Rama Rao last month.
“TITA has devised a programme by name and style of ‘TELANGANA DIGITHON’, to reach the knowledge of Digital Literacy among people of Telangana, so that they will use the Digital Devices and tools and gain benefits of the Technology. The aim of TITA is to prepare 10,000 Digital Leaders (Trainers), who in turn will impart Digital Literacy knowledge to 1,00,000 people in the first phase. During the Digithon Launch programme, the 1st batch of Digital Leaders will be given training in imparting Digital Literacy to the people. They will be the ‘Digithon Certified Trainers’ from TITA. Posters designed for the propagation of Digital Literacy and the Digital Leader’s Manual will be released.” said TITA Founder & President Sundeep Kumar Makthala.
The event will be inaugurated by Telangana State Planning Commission Vice Chairman Mr Singireddy Niranjan Reddy, Chevella MP Mr Konda Vishweshwar Reddy and Telangana State IT Secretary Mr Jayesh Ranjan. Mr Srikanth Badiga, Chairman – SEZ Association of AP & Telangana, Mr A Murali IAS CEO, and Society for Eradication of Rural Poverty (SERP), JNTUH Rector Dr. T Kishan Reddy and JNTUH SIT Director Dr. Goverdhan will be the Keynote speakers for the event. MR Raja Kishore, Head of CSC Hyderabad will address the gathering about NDLM Programme Benefits.
Interested people who would like to attend this session can register online at https://goo.gl/lnq07B. Attendees who will pass the assessment will be awarded ‘Digithon Certified Trainer’ Certificates. For more information on this event, contact TITA President Sundeep Makthala at 08123123434 or Vice President Ranapratap Bojjam at 7799881865 or JNTUH UIIC Director Dr. Ramakrishna Prasad at 8008103815.
Source: Hans India