Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) Has adopted Narsingapuram

22 Mar 2016    08:06 pm

Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA)

Has adopted Narsingapuram in the district to make it a 100 per cent digitally literate village (DLV) under the ‘Digithon’ initiative in association with Telangana University.

As part of this initiative, TITA has successfully completed the first stage of Digithon household survey to choose the right person from each of the 247 houses in the village. In the survey, TITA identified 139 digital illiterate households. The TITA and the NDLM team will give digital literacy sessions to these 139 villagers starting from March 19 in Telangana University for about 20 hours.

“We are proud to expand Digithon village adoption programme to other villages, which will be in a position to provide digital training to vulnerable populations. The diverse knowledge community that comes together for digital literacy mission enables us to engage as trainers in preparing people who are not connected to digital tools and platforms which improves their quality of living,” said TITA vice-president Ranapratap Bojjam.