GESIA (Gujarat Electronics and Software Industries Association) IT Association, took up the initiative of distributing desktops to the girl students in Ahmedabad and Vadodara on International Women’s Day. The IT association aims to impart e-learning and digital literacy among girl students by empowering them to develop the skills required in today’s digitally inclined world.
Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Tejinder Oberoi, Chairman of GESIA IT Association and Executive Director of Cygnet Infotech said, “The world is fast moving towards adopting digital technologies especially owing to the pandemic. Through this initiative, we aim to encourage female students to become independent and offer them the technological support they require in attaining digital skills. As we celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March, we believe that initiatives like these can be beneficial in addressing the needs of the underprivileged and as a society, we must take charge of supporting them in every way possible.”
GESIA IT Association has distributed around 50+ desktops to the girls in the region of Ahmedabad and Vadodara. As digital learning has taken centre stage and technology plays a core role in today’s time, GESIA IT Association aims to create a meaningful impact on the quality of life of these girls by making them future ready for the world. By distributing desktops, the association has taken up an important step towards bridging the digital divide and providing equal opportunity for the underprivileged to learn and grow.
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