After the Digital Literacy course, Swati was introduced to Google Sheets/Docs and other applications that she is using in her job as a Data Entry Operator. She has opened a LinkedIn account for exploring job opportunities and connected to her friends through social networking sites. What’s more, with the information of how to link Aadhar and PAN Cards, she is helping her mother-in-law get her pension deposited to her account.
Digital Literacy is the ability of an individual to leverage the internet to improve the quality of their day-today life. The four key components of the Digital Literacy curriculum are:
- Ability to search for information
- Ability to utilize e-Services
- Ability to undertake cashless transactions
- Ability to participate in social media