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Special computer training programme for ST students concludes

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HT Correspondent
TEZPUR, June 20: 
The two-day special computer training programme organised at Jugal Higher Secondary School for ST students, in collaboration with the Science and Technology department of the government of India, IIT Roorkee, iHub Divya Sampark, Swastika Teleservices, and Jugal Higher Secondary School, concluded successfully on Tuesday. More than 200 tribal students from Khelmati High School, Jugal HS School, Thelamara HS School, Ulubari High School, Swahid Maniram Academy, and Silikhabari HS School participated in the program.

During the training sessions, Dr Tapan Nath, a senior professor from IGNOU, and Amit Dutta from Tezpur University provided valuable guidance to the students on various aspects of computer usage and competency. They covered topics such as computer studies as a subject, software and hardware utilisation, Windows, C+, Python, Robotics, and more. The experts also delved into the effective use of LinkedIn apps and building a successful career through their utilisation. They emphasised the development of computer skills, proper internet usage, and the application of Python in computer science.

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During the valediction programme, Biswajit Boro, principal of Jugal Higher Secondary School, commended the agencies involved for their efforts in empowering students from marginalised communities in the field of modern science and technology. The closing ceremony was attended by journalist Shambhu Boro, along with assistant teachers from Jugal HS School, including Bhisma Kanta Mahato, Suman Devi, Prasanta Nath, and Gouri Borah. Senior professors from Tezpur University, IGNOU, and IIT Roorkee graced the occasion with their presence, inspiring the students with their expertise.

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