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Digital Literacy Curriculum Centre at Golaghat

The Digital Literacy Curriculum (DLC) Centre was recently inaugurated by Nur Hussain ACS, ADC (Education) , Golaghat at Letekujan. The DLC Centre is being set up by the Institute of Research & Documentation of Indigenous Studies (IRDIS) in partnership with Microsoft India under the Corporate social responsibility initiative of Numaligarh Refinery Ltd in the premises of the Lattakoojan TE, APPL, at Letekujan, Golaghat to impart basic digital knowledge and skills to the students in and around Letekujan.

The Inaugural function was attended and addressed by Nur Hussain as the Chief Guest, PC Saloi IPS, DIG Central Range, Shiladitya Chetia IPS, SP Golaghat, Dr. Deepa Dutt, Executive Director IRDIS, PK Sharma, Senior Manager (CSR) NRL, Dhiraj Kakati, Advisor APPL Foundation, Arvind Kapoor, Senior Manager Lattakoojan TE. The officers of NRL and the Lattakoojan TE, APPL, management as well as the students and teachers of the locality attended the function.

The DLC Centre at Letekujan is the first centre set up by the Institute of Research & Documentation of Indigenous Studies in partnership with a State Public Sector Undertaking in Assam. It is through centres of this kind that IRDIS proposes to impart digital literacy and computer skills to the student community in the remote rural and semi-rural regions of Assam .The students can avail of this facility free of cost.  

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