Empowering students with digital literacy skills
With an aim to assist and support women in the field of education, employment, mental health, and to make a difference and create a positive impact, Okhla-headquartered NGO recently organised a certificate distribution event to celebrate the accomplishments of 100 students who completed a computer programme offered by the organisation.
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The certificate distribution event began with a warm welcome address by NGO’s director Amreen Farooqi who highlighted the importance of digital literacy in today’s world and the NGO’s commitment to empowering underprivileged students with valuable skills.
The event was honoured by the presence of three chief guests: Irshad Ahmed, Nafees Ahmad and Tanveer, according to a statement issued by the NGO Each One Feed One.
Chief guests delivered an inspiring speech, encouraging the students to continue their educational journey and multiple government schemes that can benefit them to make the most of the skills they had acquired through the NGO’s programme.
“The highlight of the event was the felicitation of 100 students who had successfully completed the computer programme. Each student was called to the stage individually, and they received their certificates from the chief guests. The moment was filled with excitement, pride, and hope as the students’ hard work and dedication were recognised,” it said.
The event also included an interactive discussion with the students on their aspiring dreams and career objectives. A few students shared their experiences and success stories, expressing their gratitude to the NGO and its sponsors for providing them with this opportunity.
The event concluded with a sense of hope and inspiration for both the students and the organisation, as they look forward to continuing their mission of making education and skill accessible to all, said Amreen, director, Each One Feed One.
NOTE: Issued by the NGO