As many as 84,667 students in the state will benefit from computer skill development programme being imparted under School – University – Industry Tie-up Scheme (SUITS) implemented by the Institute of Entrepreneurship and Career Development of Bharathidasan University.
Addressing teachers in-charge of SUITS from various schools at the valediction of a two-day training here recently, K. Parthasarathy, Director of the institute, said that the SUITS, introduced during 2009-10, had gone down well with students who undergo training on computer basic, office automation, programming technique, web design, C ++ programming, 2D animation so on and so forth in the primary, middle and high schools for students from Standard V to IX.
So far, over two lakh students had undergone the training and during the current academic year, 84,667 students would be covered, he said.
It has been planned to impart training in a phased manner at 15 centres this month across the state. C. Thiruchelvam, Registrar of the University, gave away certificates to the teachers who underwent the training earlier in Tiruchi. S. Divyaprakash, Chief Executive Officer, TechCmatrix Techologies and L. Ramesh, Chief Executive Officer, Beta Technologies, Coimbatore spoke.
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