In 21st Century, most of the new actionable knowledge is being digitally born (often through digital collaborations), digitally stored, digitally presented, digitally distributed, digitally accessed, digitally archived and managed. It only seems natural that it has become an essential part of one’s personal, professional and social life. It has also transformed the way of living in 21st Century.
OS-CIT attempts to propagate it through IT Awareness, Literacy, Functionality and Applicability with a view to bridge the Digital Divide and the resultant Knowledge Divide and Development Opportunity Divide. This surely makes a positive impact on one’s job-readiness, social behaviour and ultimately boosts the self-confidence, enabling him/her to work effectively in the 21st Century workplace. The course is in interactive mode comprising extensive evidence-based multimedia content. The learning progression of the learner can be monitored centrally from the framework deployed.
The eLearning material offered in OS-CIT is continuously punctuated with a variety of formative e -Assessment sessions which is as follows:
After enrolment, a student learns 200+ Skills during course duration of 3 months. OS-CIT offers the following modules:
Out of 50 sessions of OS-CIT, 40 sessions are allotted to IT and Job readiness skills and 10 sessions are designed for the learners to undertake various physical or digital freelancing career.
OS-CIT Course Parity with International Standards: The types of skills that are covered in OS-CIT viz. 21st Century Daily Life Skills, 21st Century Citizenship Skills, 21st Century Study Skills, and 21st Century Office Skills along with operating system/s, MS Office Tools, and other useful mobile apps and websites are mapped to the following international IT Literacy Standards:
International IT Literacy Standards