Computer Training Centre

Background

A century ago, Swami Vivekananda, the great disciple of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and the founder of Ramakrishna Math & Mission, from his absolute realisation had set prolific education standards for the building of a better nation. He put forward noble, practical, and novel ideas about education where he laid emphasis on science and religion. Swamiji was concerned with the standard of education in India when compared with nations in Europe and America.

Swamiji wanted India to be strong in science, technology as well as in religion. He believed that a balanced implementation of the trio would bring moral and industrial renaissance and remove poverty.
The Ramakrishna Mission Allahabad Computer Centre, began on 9 September, 2012 to meet the requirements of the IT revolution. The computer centre, located on the top floor of the Mission’s dispensary building is an established force in rendering vital computer education to the general community at a reasonable cost.

Vision Statement

India is an emerging superpower in the comity of nations. It is necessary to equip the country with enlightened citizens who are morally upright, intellectually analytical, emotionally balanced and technically competent.

Mission Statement

To impart state-of-the-art computer education in answer to need-based requirements, coupled with moral and intellectual virtues through co-curricular activities like Vedic prayer, quiz contests, sports and games.

Aims & Objectives

To provide demand driven computer education and allied services as a service to the society. These include:

  • Demand-driven computer education and allied services to the society.

  • Computer training courses for different target groups.

  • Customised corporate training programmes.

  • Enabling computer literacy in rural areas.

  • Providing IT enabled services such as software development, data processing, DTP, among others.

  • Enhancing soft skills such as spoken English, proficiency with secretarial tasks and public relations.

  • Ability to take up consultancy work for the state governments and local bodies in the areas of education, logistics, among others.

  • Arrange online exams.

General Information

Per our estimates, during 2017-2018, the computer training centre saw 885 boys and 762 girls received training. Of them, 123 trainees got part-free and full-free facilities.