DIGITAL LINKS COMPUTER INSTITUTE Non Governmental Organization is located in PULWAMA Jammu and Kashmir . DIGITAL LINKS COMPUTER INSTITUTE is registered as a Society at PULWAMA of state Jammu and Kashmir with Ngo unique registration ID 'JK/2013/0068718' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 6713-S on the date of 08-06-2015, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of DIGITAL LINKS COMPUTER INSTITUTE is WAJAHAT AHMAD LONE and Chief functionary officer is WAJAHAT AHMAD LONE. Promoters are ELIYAS SHAFIQ BHAT, RIYAZ AHMAD GOGRI, ELIYAS SHAFIQ WANI,ABDUL QAYOOM LONE.
DIGITAL LINKS COMPUTER INSTITUTE Key Issues and
Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements
This DIGITAL LINKS COMPUTER INSTITUTE NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Education & Literacy, Information & Communication Technology, Labour & Employment, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment
Jammu and Kashmir
Major Activities and Achivements
The Institution has been established under J&K Societies Registration Act-VI of 1998 (1941 A.D) with the intention to impart computer literacy to Orphans, downtrodden students, besides government employees of rural areas in imparting Basic / advanced computer courses. The main objective is to meet the needs of imparting technical education and providing opportunities to enhance better understanding of the latest developments in the field of computers. The programme is conducted in association with NIELIT, New Delhi / Sarv Saksharta Abhiyan Trust/ J&K Directorate of Technical Education and Directorate of General of Employement aimed to keep the youth in touch with latest technology of applied science in I.T Sector. Digital Links Computer Institute constantly aims at providing quality computer literacy to the local youths in congerance to the requirements through Government / Private institutions. Providing computer literacy to the poor youth on minimum charges. “Providing free facilities for youths belonging to SC/ST/BPL/RBA in order to gain their access to computers”.