Octogenarian brings computer literacy to J'khand villages
The Morning Standard|December 27, 2021
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MUKESH RANJAN

AT his age, most people need others to take care of them. But octogenarian Rameshwar Prasad, a retired mechanical engineer, is busy helping the poor and needy in Dhanbad’s Tundi block by setting up computer training centres-cum-libraries with monetary help from Indian technocrats settled abroad.

Prasad has started three such centres in vacant buildings of Ekal Vidyalayas, single-teacher schools established by Vanvasi Kalyan Kendra, which’ve been lying unused since government schools were set up under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

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