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    Initiatives and Status on Human Resource Development in Information Technology in Union States and Territories - Mizoram



    •  Awareness campaign involving teachers and students organized.

    •  Computers being introduced in the Directorate and other education establishments like DIET, SCERT, District Offices, District Divisional and sub-Divisional offices of the Education Department.


    •  Policy for Acquisition of IT Resources has been prepared for hassle free and easy access to the IT Resources including consultancy services, software development, hardware networking, operation and maintenance etc.

    Empanelment of IT Training Companies for HRD & Training


    •  Developing core competencies in IT based human resource development through special focus on rural areas.

    •  IT is being introduced as additional subject in classes IX to XII from the current session with private participation.

    •  An IT course module shall be made compulsory component of all degree courses from session starting in April 2003.

    •  Creation and continuous upgradation of IT infrastructure in the state through Government-Private sector joint efforts.

    •  Fee concessions on sliding scale being provided to make IT education affordably to economically weaker sections.

    •  Continuous effort toward the development of human resource for IT through increasing its reach both in terms of quality and spatial coverage to improve the employability of educated youth of the State.

    •  All examination & recruitment notifications, selection results shall be published on the web site.

    •  Private sector would be encouraged to donate computers and related items for the use in public utility service sector especially hospitals.  Discarded computer items lying in various departments shall also be made available to such utilities.

    •  State level awards shall be given to Government Department / PSUs for outstanding usage of IT.

    •  The State Government has decided to introduce IT education right down to the Panchayat Samiti Headquarters in a phased manner by 2002.

    •  In all it is and Polytechnics, IT Education are being opened.  At the same time, in all Colleges, Senior Secondary and Secondary Schools , IT education is being made compulsory. 

    •  Proposal to set up Indian Institute of Information Technology in Rajasthan.  For this, the State Government has agreed to provide free land and a corpus of Rs.10 crores for the construction of buildings.

    •  To bring IT education within the reach of rural and economically weaker sector State- wide Valued Aided Network is being set up in involving the private sector. This will provide connectivity right up to the Panchayat level.

    •  The State Government taking steps to provide right of  way free of charge to ISPs to promote growth of Internet in the State.