CRPF organises computer training course
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 22: CRPF’s 25 battalion organized a basic computer training course at SK indoor stadium here on Tuesday.
According to CRPF communiqué, DIG, CRPF, Srinagar, P K Singh distributed certificates among the participants.
Earlier, 36 students of class 10th and 10+2 belonging to impoverished sections of the society were selected from Humhama, Budgam and nearby areas and were imparted basic ability in computers at Jhelum Valley Computer Institute at Hyderpora, the communiqué said. These students have undergone intensive training for about six weeks, it added.
The function was also attended by senior officers of CRPF, students and local public. Career Option and Guidance Forum director, Abbas Reshi, who was also the chief programme coordinator, urged the students to participate in such programme and reap the benefits. He also requested P K Singh to increase the duration of such courses in future.
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