B C Bhartia explaining importance of computer literacy, while Kishore Dharashivkar and Rahul Rajkotiya look on.
Business Bureau :
“TIME has came when traders of all ages and females of every household have to become computer literate for the business work as well as personal use. To get employment knowledge of computer is also necessary. If we do not know computer operations, we may be called illiterate in times to come,” said B C Bhartia, National President, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT). He was speaking at the ‘Computer Literacy’ programme organised by TEAM CAIT Nagpur with support from Shankarlal Jalan Foundation to provide computer knowledge. President of TEAM CAIT Nagpur Kishore Dharashivkar said, “Computer literacy has become integral part of doing business. Traders do business till the last minutes of their life.
So it becomes necessary for traders of all age groups to learn computer operations. Today all the law compliances are computer based. Banking and money transactions all require computer for transaction. Password, e-mail and digital signature has become necessity. This is the reason that computer literacy has become more important.” Rajkumar Gupta, Member of Maharashtra State TEAM CAIT said, “The youth is computer savvy. We can take their help for maintenance of records, banking transaction and statutory compliance.” Rahul Rajkotiya will be taking computer classes. Govind Patel, Convener proposed vote of thanks. Present were Jyoti Awsthi, Jayshree Gupta, Jivraj Patel and others, informs a press release issued by Secretary Vinod Gupta.