About Us

Digital Gurukulam is an organization which helps and influences the socially and economically backward class children in unlocking their true and hidden potential by training them in Internet applications, computer system, and its applications. The student from this society are also trained mentally to cope up with the pace of digital world and are provided with basic needs and support from the organization as its goal is to make self-independent individuals out of these students as they are the future generation of innovation. All of the teaching and training are made available to them free of cost.

Mission

All we aim to do is to fill this "technical" gap between these children of two opposite ends of the economical spectrum so that they do not fall behind. In today's society all the hype is around how we can get people educated. Yet this small but significant difference of being "computer literate" gets ignored.

We are doing our bit for our society.

 We start as a small institute and we hope to expand and extend our reach with your help so that we can provide this chance to more and more people. 

Vission

What we hope to attain is to help these economically backward children stay relevant in this increasingly digitized society. We are not only helping them build up their employability but we are also helping them improve their social skills.

Our Future Plan

To have a mobile computer training centre in a VAN, where we can go to different slums and teach computer to poor and under privileged people, Girls & Women will be the main focus. As we believe in - 

" If you educate a woman, you educate a family,
if you educate a girl, you educate the future "

Career Prospects and Options

We all know and understand how important it is today to know one's way around an operating system. Basic to advanced computer skills are absolutely essential in any kind of desk job situation. Also government schools in which most of these children attend are not "tech-savvy". They do not provide this kind of technical exposure to their students. Therefore, despite of having immense educational capabilities, these children are falling behind because their families cannot provide them with a computer like any other well-to-do family.