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Citizens from low income communities are empowered to be the vigilant digital citizens, alert digital customers and enthusiastic digital learners.

Digital Literacy Programme

Digital Literacy Programme
Creating Digital Learners

Creating Digital Learners

What is Digital Literacy?

Digital Literacy is the ability of an individual to leverage the internet to improve the quality of their day-today life.

The four key components of the programme

  • Ability to search for information
  • Ability to utilize e-Services
Digital Literacy
  • Ability to undertake cashless transactions
  • Ability to participate in social media

Program Outline

In Pune, 4 livelihood centers and 25+ digital literacy centers are currently running as a part of this approach and are beginning to transform the communities that they serve.

The success of the program is rooted in an agreement between Pune Municipal Corporation and Pune City Connect to setup 15 Livelihood centers to enable sustainable livelihood for 10,000 youth per year and 100 digital literacy centers to achieve 100% digital literacy in Pune by 2021.

The program is being supported in Gujarat by Dewang Mehta Foundation Trust and Directorate of Employment and Training, Gujarat.

Testimonials - Digital Literacy Programme

Kajal got to know about the Digital Literacy Programme course through Lighthouse, she visited the centre and enrolled herself immediately. She successfully completed the course and during the tenure of the course learned about Computers, Internet, Online payments, Government websites, Online ticket booking and shopping etc.

Things changed for Kajal-

“After learning about the Government website, I searched and applied for the entrance exam for Indian Army. I could successfully apply and download the exam hall ticket myself have cleared the entrance exam successfully. I am now preparing for the physical round. Thank you GTT Foundation.”

Kajal Angad Landage

Pune

Kajal Angad Landage

Sopan always wanted to start his business but due to lack of knowledge of computers he had no direction.

Things changed for Sopan-

“After much though I decided to give it a try, with a though that I will not continue with the course. But after the first 2 days my mind-set took a turn. I finally got an opportunity to learn about E-mails, Online bill payments, Online shopping, Social media, Promoting business on Google MYB page to name a few things.”

Sopan Mahajan

Pune

Sopan Mahajan