Computer Literacy Program Volunteers for Underprivileged (CLP)

NJ, USA

Curriculum Development

CLP engages experts to design fitting curriculum for computer literacy training in CLCs and the subjects taught in SCRs.

‘Esho Computer Shikhi’ is a manual developed by the by the CLP program to be used for providing basic computer, Internet and information technology training to underprivileged students in rural Bangladesh. This book can be considered a ‘gold standard’ for new learners

Focuses on hands-on experience of 40 hours duration of Well Thought-Out Manual

Course includes:

  • MS Paint
  • MS Word
  • MS Excel
  • MS PowerPoint
  • Email and Internet
  • Trouble Shooting

Please click here for detail curriculum

Latest News


  • Dec

    Invitation to a Seminar and Workshop on Therapeutic Features of Yoga

    Dear CLP Patron, We would like to invite you to a yoga seminar and workshop presented by a renowned yoga authority Dr. Dilip Sarkar on November 9, 2019, 2 PM to 5 PM, at Bharat Sevashram, 3490 NJ-27, Kendall Park, NJ 08824.  Dr. Sarkar’s presentation will focus on therapeutic features of yoga. A program flyer […]

  • 29
    Aug

    Beximco and CLP sign a MoU

    Computer Literacy Program (CLP), USA and Dnet have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Beximco Pharmaceuticals to establish Computer Literacy Centers (CLCs). The CLCs will be established in Bhairab MP Girls High School and Bangladesh Railway High School in Bhairab, Kishoreganj and Babupur Miratuli Govt. Primary School in Chapai Nawabganj. The MoU signing ceremony was held […]

  • 05
    Jul

    CLP Annual Event 2019

    Dear CLP Patron:  Please attend the 2019 CLP annual event (starts at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, August  03, 2019  at the Rutgers Cook College Campus Center, New Brunswick, NJ)and find out how your donations are helping the underprivileged youths in Bangladesh. The program flyer is pasted below. We need your help to continue on this […]

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