In Australia even today there are many underprivileged people from refugee families or otherwise who cannot afford basic computer education and thus remain unemployed or under employed. We will appreciate that in today's world the computer education is a basic necessity for almost any job. There is a need to fill in the gap, to give the underprivileged a chance to be part of the skilled Australian workforce and thus enhance the pool of the skilled workers.
To address the above issue Bhavan Australia will contribute its mettle and has therefore commenced Bhavan's Gandhi Institute of Computer & Information Technology Australia which is aimed to providing subsidised Computer Training Education Programme to the poor / underprivileged or anyone who is eager to be educated in basic Computer knowledge but cannot afford it. The programme will focus on basic computer courses teaching topics like using Windows XP, MS Office. The programme will also a short course to teach new migrant students how to perform research and analysis in the way the Australian Universities expect. Microsoft who actively support the Gandhi Institute of Computer Education and Information Technology in India have extended their support to this project as well. Initially the following courses will be offered at the Institute.
FEE subsidy / discount will be given to the underprivileged and will be decided on an individual basis.
Classes for 2012 are likely to begin sometime in May.
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