Tuesday, May 21, 2024

AICSM Chozuba center offer computer training course packages


Kohima, July 5: The All India Computer Saksharta Mission (AICSM) Chozuba center is offering various packages of computer training course for 2nd batch during July 2022.
AICSM Chozuba Center will offer courses like concept on Computer Courses, DCA Diploma in Computer Application-6 months and 1Year, Tally GST, Data Entry Operator and many more.
During this summer vacation, students starting from Class 5 to Graduate level can avail the opportunity at an affordable course fees.
During this season, AICSM Chozuba Center invited all the Baptist Church Secretaries under Chozuba area in Phek district for free training, and also to enable them to print their office works.
Towards this, an invitation letter has been already dispatched to Chozuba Area Baptist Church Council (CABCC).
AICSM is an ISO (International Standardization Organisation) recognized institute.
Further, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) and widows may avail training at concession rate or may apply for free depending on the criteria and condition of the Center.
The course normally has four shifts per day with two hours training per shift.
The courses are mostly imparted for the convenience of the students with Fast Tract or at a shorter duration of months. Free Bags, Study Materials, Notebook and ID Cards are given to students free of cost, according to Veshosa Keyho, Branch Director AICSM, Chozuba Center.
Further, Keyho informed that the Center is opening one new computer shop outlet at Chozuba town to let the students have access to desktop, laptop and its accessories at an affordable price.
For details, contact 9862576919, 6009328016, 9436615555.
AICSM Chozuba offer courses to all age group categories viz; students, teachers, govt./private employees, business/ entrepreneurs, parents, homemakers, NGOs.
The branch director hoped that the people of Chozuba Sub-Division will be benefitted through various computer training packages to cope with the present digital world.
(Page News Service)