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Rural IT Centre

Rural Training Centre, Govt. Project in Uttarakhand, Project in Uttarakhand

In the state Uttarakhand INFO International Educational and Welfare Society establishes many Computer Education Training Centre for hilly peoples. The main aim of these computer centre is to provide computer education to the local people and make them computer literate. These computer Institutes are managed by Head Office Rishikesh. The quality of education provided by these computer centre is very good and technically advance, so the students can compete with the latest trend and technology equivalent to the cities

INFO International Educational and Welfare Society Rishikesh also have its Authorized Computer Centre in the other states like Uttar Pradesh and Himanchal Pradesh. IIEWS also have plan to open more Rural IT Centres in the state which coveres approximately all the areas and we want that every body will know computer na dits importance in the life.

The Rural IT centre run by IIEWS with the name INFO International are providing quality education in their areas. We teach our students with sincerity and dedicatedly so they can find much better opportunity for their future in the different companies and in various sectors.

  Aims of the Rural IT Centres
  • To provide fundamental IT education to every one of its area.
  • To organise IT-development programs such as, IT seminars for schools, IT exhibitions, and IT related competitions for school students, in the local area.
  • To act as an IT Resource Centre in assisting with necessary resources for the public needs of the local area.
  What the Rural Information Technology Centres could do?  
By setting up Rural IT Centres, each with at least 12 medium configuration Computers and suitably qualified full-time staff, these centers can spread literacy as follows

  • Annually, in each centre, up to 200 underprivileged school students and school leavers could be given a 6-month long basic education in Information Technology, leading to a qualification, “Certificate in Information Technology”.
  • This course would provide the essential IT literacy that is required in today’s work places. It would also focus on guiding the students to explore IT systems on their own to acquire further knowledge in the field.
  • Each Rural IT Centre could serve the students from its surrounding villages. Hence a network of Rural IT Centres, set up in suitable geographical gap all around the North, East and Upcountry, could serve as a huge system providing the necessary basic IT education to a vast section of the underprivileged society.IIEWS’s 100 Rural IT Centres initiative is aimed at setting up such a network of 100 Rural IT Centres.



The Rural IT centres set up by INFO International Educational and Welfare Soceity either by itself or either by any local organisations which are more familiar with that place. Each centre will equiped with latest hardware configuration and minimum with 10 number of computers. These centres could be further improved if necessary assistance is available or on demand of local Centre Head.

Teaching Staff

Two Faculty one Senior and One Lab Coordinator are appointed for full-time work at each centre. One Centre Head is also appointed for managing the centre. Visiting faculty and Guest lectures also arranged for every centre.

  STANDARDS AT A GLANCE: Institutional Context

Standard 1: Mission, Goals, and Objectives

The Society mission clearly defines its purpose within the context of higher IT (Information Technology) education and explains whom the Society Institutions serves and what it intends to accomplish. The institution’s stated goals and objectives, consistent with the aspirations and expectations of IT Education clearly specify how the institution will fulfil its mission. The mission, goals, and objectives are developed and recognized by the institution with its members and its governing body and are utilized to develop and shape its programs and practices and to evaluate its effectiveness.

Standard 2: Planning, Resource Allocation, and Institutional Renewal

An IIEWS conducts ongoing planning and resource allocation based on its mission and uses the results of its assessment activities for institutional renewal. Implementation and subsequent evaluation of the success of the strategic plan and resource allocation support the development and change necessary to improve and to maintain educational quality.

Standard 3: Resources

The human, financial, technical, physical facilities and other resources necessary to achieve a Society mission and goals are available and accessible. In the context of the IIEWS mission, the effective and efficient uses of the IIEWS resources are analyzed as part of ongoing outcomes assessment.

Standard 4: Leadership and Governance

The IIEWS system of governance clearly defines the roles of institutional constituencies in policy development and decision-making. The governance structure includes an active governing body with sufficient autonomy to assure institutional integrity and to fulfil its responsibilities of policy and resource development, consistent with the mission of the IIEWS.

Standard 5: Administration

The IIEWS administrative structure and services facilitate learning and research/scholarship, foster quality improvement, and support the IIEWS organization and governance.

Standard 6: Integrity

In the conduct of its programs and activities involving the public and the constituencies it serves, the institution demonstrates adherence to ethical standards and its own stated policies, providing support to academic and intellectual freedom.

Standard 7: Institutional Assessment

The IIEWS has developed and implemented an assessment plan and process that evaluates its overall effectiveness in: achieving its mission and goals implementing planning, resource allocation, and institutional renewal processes using institutional resources efficiently; providing leadership and governance providing administrative structures and services demonstrating institutional integrity and assuring that institutional processes and resources support appropriate learning and other outcomes for its students and graduates.

  Educational Effectiveness

Student Admissions

The institution seeks to admit students whose interests, goals, and abilities are congruent with its mission.

Student Support Services

The institution provides student support services reasonably necessary to enable each student to achieve the institution’s goals for students.


The institution’s instructional, research, and service programs are devised, developed, monitored, and supported by qualified professionals.

Educational Offerings

The institution’s educational offerings display academic content, rigor, and coherence that are appropriate to its higher education mission. The institution identifies student learning goals and objectives, including knowledge and skills, for its educational offerings.

General Education

The institution’s curricula are designed so that students acquire and demonstrate college-level proficiency in general education and essential skills, including oral and written communication, scientific and quantitative reasoning, critical analysis and reasoning, technological competency, and information literacy.

Related Educational Activities

Institutional programs or activities that are characterized by particular content, focus, location, mode of delivery, or sponsorship meet appropriate standards.

Assessment of Student Learning

Assessment of student learning demonstrates that the institution’s students have knowledge, skills, and competencies consistent with institutional goals and those students at graduation have achieved appropriate higher education goals.

  Existing Rural Information Technology Centres .

INFO International Educational and Welfare Society covers the almost complete area of district Uttarkashi, and some area of rest of the six districts of the state. Other than the Uttarakhand IIEWS also have its Computer Training Centre in Uttar Pradesh and in Himanchal Pradesh. Some of these IT Centers were set up by IIEWS on its own and some others are either with assistance from other organizations or as Joint-IT Centers with other organizations.

Here are some main Computer centres of Info International:

    1. Rural IT Centre - Uttarkashi
    2. Rural IT Centre - New Tehri
    3. Rural IT Centre - Dhalwala, Tehri Garhwal
    4. Rural IT Centre - Gairsain
    5. Rural IT Centre - Jolly Grant
    6. Rural IT Centre - Nainbag
    7. Rural IT Centre - Dev Prayag
    8. Rural IT Centre - RudraPrayag
    9. Rural IT Centre - Nehru Colony Dehradun
    10. Rural IT Centre - Purola
    11. Rural IT Centre - Naugaon
    12. Rural IT Centre - Barkot
    13. Rural IT Centre - Augustmuni
    14. Rural IT Centre - Chamba
    15. Rural IT Centre - Pauri
    16. Rural IT Centre - Srinagar
    17. Rural IT Centre - Thatyur
    18. Rural IT Centre - Kandisaur
    19. Rural IT Centre - Dunda
    20. Rural IT Centre - Bhatwari
    21. Rural IT Centre - Ranipokhari
    22. Rural IT Centre - Rishikesh


  • Computer Education can increase the interest of a child to learn new things
  • It will be helpful in the Cognitive Development Aspect of a student.
  • Computer education will help the children to develop their thinking power & logic sense.
  • It will increase the self confidence of a person.
Computer education will help in skill development of a child which is very important in today’s life

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