The physical delivery of the digital literacy training would be done in PPP model through various partner agencies to be identified by the respective State Governments/ UTs. The programme would be implemented through the CSCs, NIELIT Centres, Adult Literacy Centres under MHRD, IGNOU centres, NGOs involved in IT literacy, Rural Self- Employment Training Institutes, Industry partners, companies with CSR provisions, etc.
Who can be a Training Partner?
- A training partner must be an organization registered in India, conducting business in the domain of education/ IT literacy for more than three years and having Permanent Income Tax Account Number (PAN) and audited accounts of statements for at least last three years.
The institution/ organisation should be registered under any act of law in India.
The partner must have clearly defined objectives , well-documented processes and procedures covering the entire range of education /IT literacy training.
Role of a Training Partner
- A training partner shall be responsible to have or appoint the Training Centers in the identified Districts/ Blocks/ Gram Panchayats that would impart digital literacy training to the beneficiaries.
- A training partner shall be responsible for ensuring that the training centers adhere to the NDLM requirements.
- A training partner shall be accountable for monitoring the overall working of the centers that fall under its purview.
- A training partner shall be liable for accurate and timely reporting of the aforementioned work ascribed to the centers.
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