Your housemaid may not be the best person to keep the records. Try the computer. It's more trustworthy.
The Centre For Social Initiative And Management (CSIM) is conducting a one-day workshop on computer basics on the 26th of this month.
The objective of this organisation is to raise social consciousness, to trigger social action, to heal the society of inequalities, and to create a better world through continuous learning. CSIM conducts part-time programs for personnel in social service organizations, and for prospective social change agents.
This one-day workshop aims at providing practical and literary knowledge about computers. It also focuses on the use of computers in the educational, professional and personal communication. It plans to educate its participants on the documentation and the internet.
The contents for this course include MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Internet Browsing And Using e-mails. There will be a 1 1/2 hour session on introduction to the computers, which will include lessons on creating folders and files, and an introduction to the icons on the desktop.
The second session will be on MS Word which will last for 2 hours, and will include topics like Word Menu, Formating and Documents. The third session on MS Power Point will include topics like the different types of presentations and the animation settings. This session will last for 2 hours.
The last session is on MS Excel, and will last for 2 hours. The topics for this session are formula building and simple exercises. Volunteers from Satyam and Deloitte, Rajiv Geonka and Subhash, will be conducting this program.
Please contact Gayatri R on 2341-7745 for further details.