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1) Admissions are started for Computer Courses & Academic. 2) Fees consession for Minority Candidates upto 20% on all courses. To know more fill enquiry form or contact @ 08352-222221, 9740302221. 3) Admissions are started for English Spoken Classes.
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Skill Development Program Under


IT Training Wing “AIMS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY”

AIMS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY which is continuously providing complete computer education in computer SOFTWARE, HARDWARE & NETWORK from good professionally qualified instructors to minority poor students. To unearth the potentials of computers the backbone of modern technology in the highly job oriented field, AIMS is a part of its total computer education policy, imparting free / fees concessional training in various courses of computer technology trough its branches & quality Professional training.

This wing aims to conduct short term technical job oriented course to prepare the minority students to become IT Professionals / self employed because unemployment is big issue in our city / state / country. “AIMS IT” remain focused right from beginning of their creative careers fostering creative in a supportive framework of research and technical skills in short time.

Computer Education:

Why Computer Education Is Important?

Most places of business, a computer is standard. In the bank they use computers to look up your account information. They use computers in the auto repair shop to assess your car. You can't find books in the library by looking in a card catalog, you must use a computerized database. Doctors' offices utilize computers to store patient information. The point is this no matter where you find employment, there is a good chance a computer will be a basic tool you will have to use. It is in your best interests to start off computer literate. It will help you get a job and it will help you advance in your career. Computer literacy does not mean you need to know how use every single piece of software you may encounter. It does not mean you need to know how to write programs or network computers. You just need to know some basics - how to save and open a file, how to use a word processing program, and how to send and receive email - for starters. It means having some sort of level of comfort around computers rather than a look of fear and a feeling of foreboding.

Objectives:

People from underserved communities employable and to connect them with reputable companies in the organized sector in this aim serves two purposes: to increase employment prospects for the disadvantaged and to provide industry with skilled workers necessary to further economic development.

Mission:

1. To create Short term JOB Oriented Courses for fast getting job.

2. To create Free IT Literacy training.

3. To create Free coaching classes.

4. To create Free Technical Education Programs.

Achievements:

Through our Education Center AIMS each year we free educate thousands of people in Computer Softwares, Computer Hardware and Networking. Every year KME Society is conducting free computer education in different type of courses keeping in view the industry requirements and also AIMS has its regular 35 + courses for special fees concessional schemes for Minority students.

Future Initiatives:

Our aim is to bring Computer literacy to at least 2 lakh people in next 5 years. We have the dream that every one computer literate in our Karnataka and India.

Women, child & Disability Welfare Programs Under

Social Welfare Wing “SHIKHAR”


Adult Education:

The Daily Challenges of Illiteracy:

A life without education is severely limited. Millions of adults have never had the chance to study a textbook. They can’t understand instructions on their children’s medicine or warnings on harmful chemicals. Even normal activities like starting a bank account become stressful and confusing.

Poverty has kept them illiterate, and illiteracy now keeps them in poverty. They are often stuck with unskilled, low-paying jobs and have no way to emerge. Greedy employers take advantage of them, knowing they cannot understand what is written in their contract. No matter how hard they work, they are still poor. They want to help their struggling children with homework, but don’t even know how to write their own names.

Their world-view is limited to what they’ve heard or what they’ve seen in newspaper pictures, leaving them unable to make informed decisions while voting. As much as they’d like to develop themselves, it seems impossible. And although helpful and liberating information surrounds them, it might as well be written in code.

Adult Education Class:

KME Society’s invite local community members for free education classes. Trained instructors systematically teaches letters and numbers in the local language. Illustrated workbooks give the learners space to practice forming the new shapes. When the letters and sounds become familiar, they begin to form words and sentences.

As class members advance, their reading exercises include relevant material about health and hygiene, preserving the environment, social awareness, moral and ethical values as well as general knowledge. Within six months, the community members can read and write. Not only that, they have gained valuable information that will improve their personal and family lives. Currently we have seven training centres.

"We also encourage uneducated people to learn to read and motivate literate people to teach others through our awareness programs."

Mission:

Our mission is to empower members of developing communities through education and social awareness.

Vision:

We envision hundreds of thousands of people gaining the ability to pursue knowledge, make informed decisions and create a better life for themselves and their families.

Future Initiatives

  • To offer the gift of literacy to 5 lakh people in the next five years.
  • To educate every one of Karnataka.

Health Awareness Program

KME Society educates thousands of people about topics like hand washing, substance abuse and AIDS prevention.

Deadly Ignorance

Basic health practices that many take for grantedsuch as washing hands after going to the bathroom are unknown to millions of people in developing nations. Many don’t understand the need to bathe regularly, brush their teeth or boil contaminated drinking water. They don’t realize the harm of early marriage and childbearing. No one has ever told them to take medicine when sick, drink fluids while having diarrhea or vaccinate their children.

Because of this, a simple fever or infection can quickly turn deadly. Many children die from preventable sicknesses. Girls marry and start having children in their teens, many losing their own lives or their babies during pregnancy.

Superstition and myths only add to the problem. For example, newborns not only lack a sterile environment during birth, villagers in many places apply cow dung after cutting their umbilical cords, unknowingly inviting infection. This widespread lack of health and hygiene awareness causes frequent illness and premature death for millions.

Educating Peoples on Disease Prevention

Improving Health By Raising Awareness

Since improving health in undeveloped communities starts with education, KME Society is committed to raising health and hygiene awareness through rallies, programs, community classes and more. Our vision is to empower people to make informed decisions in each area of life and become healthy, productive members of their nation.

Each year we educate thousands of people about topics like hand washing, substance abuse and AIDS prevention. Everyone gets involved in spreading the message.

Objectives

  • Teach people to prevent disease through hygiene, vitamins, vaccines, etc.
  • Equip people to respond properly to illness or injury.
  • Prevent early marriage and childbearing.
  • Educate women about pregnancy and parenting.

Future Initiatives

Our aim is to bring health awareness to atleast 2 lakh people in next 2 years.

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KME's Achievements

KME has succeeded in touching the lives of thousands of students in Karanataka State by providing educational & social activities. In However, we also realize that there is still a lot to be achieved since there are millions of minority candidates in karnataka who do not have access to basic education.

All said and done, the future holds even more significant challenges for all of us as a people. It is more important than ever that every concerned person pool in his efforts and start working towards addressing these challenges. We, the board members of KME, believe that we are upto these challenges that the future holds for us.


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"Karnataka Minority Education Society"   to:

Regd. Head Office:
Karnataka Minority Education Society (KME)
Near Badi Kaman, Jamiya Masjid Road,
VIJAYPUR - 586104
Karnataka State (INDIA).
Phone: +91 - 97403 02221, +91 - 97423 12212