Hyderabad: In an appreciable move, major IT Company Value Labs has come forward to contribute to the cause of digital literacy in Telangana and announced to donate 50 Computer systems to the Digithon Centres.
The Digithon Centres are being established by TITA Digithon in association with Telangana government in order to promote digital literacy and empower the masses on digital tools and empower them in latest updates of the IT.
Value Labs IT head Dharma Raju Chakravaram said that his company wanted to have its contribution towards empowering the masses especially in rural areas.
He said, “When we got to know about these Digithon Centres we have decided to contribute to it. We would be looking forward for other options to work with Digithon and any such initiatives in future.” He was speaking at the inaugural of a daylong workshop on implementation of digital programs and PMGDISHA held at Hotel Plaza on Friday.
Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala said that to begin with, 10 Digithon centres were established in ten districts of the state so far and the number will increase in coming days.
“State government has given us a certain target of educating people on digital tools besides facilitating the use of e-tools of the state and central government. We are hopeful of accomplishing the target and achieve good results above the target”, said Makthala.
He appreciated the Value Labs move to donate PCs for Digithon Centres and said that TITA-Digithon will collaborate with them in other programs as well.
Principal Secretary Jayesh Ranjan appreciated Value Labs and requested other companies as well to come forward and donate the refurbished systems.
The event was graced by Mee Seva ESD Commissioner GT Venkateshwar Rao, Mana TV director Shailesh Reddy, SERP CEO, TITA Vice President Rana Pratap, Manisha Sarada, Ashwinchandra Valaboju and other dignitaries. (INN)