Sangrur DC Launches Coding Bootcamp Project for Underprivileged Girls

On Friday, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Sangrur, Jitendra Jorwal launched “Mera Maan”, a coding bootcamp project for underprivileged girls to get basic training in computer coding.

On Friday, Deputy Commissioner Jitendra Jorwal launched “Mera Maan”, a coding bootcamp project for underprivileged girls to get basic training in computer coding. The project was launched with the help of a private company, which will train the girls. “It is a six month course and the company would also provide a stipend of 5,000 to each girl and after gaining coding skills within 3-4 months, they will receive a monthly salary of 15,000 to 20,000,” the DC said. He said laptops and computers will be provided for girls who do not have them.

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