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The Department of Information Technology (DIT) of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has constituted a Working Group on Information Technology (IT) Mass Literacy Programme under the chairmanship of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Vice Chancellor Prof V. N. Rajasekharan Pillai.
The group has commenced its work by launching a website on the IT Mass Literacy Programme. This website is envisaged to come out as a complete portal on the programme for certification and feedback and even to ascertain if a person is an e-literate.
The primary objective of the website is to bring together all institutes, universities, corporate and colleges offering IT programmes on one platform in order to generate statistics about IT literates. As per a letter from the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Department of Information Technology (Human Resource Development Division) and the recommendations of the Standing Committee of Parliament for Department of IT, the website on IT Mass Literacy has been launched to maintain the data with regard to literacy rate in computers.
There are many individuals who probably do not have a certification, but know how to work with the IT facilities at basic level for information interchange or for their knowledge enhancement. Hence, there is a need to define standards, so that a person bearing specific knowledge with some experience in IT applications can be called a certified IT professional for basic level.
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