The government of Uttar Pradesh plans to develop an online computer training program during the fiscal year 2022-2023 to support young people who are currently without jobs and young ladies who come from economically low-income families. Dr. Vandana Verma, who is presently serving as the Director of the Backward Classes Welfare Department, was the one who offered this particular piece of information. According to her, the National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), which is an approved body of the Central Government, will provide computer training to other backward class youths and girls at the “O” level and the CCC level beginning in the year 2022-2023 as part of this program. Some applications are accessible that are unique to each district.
Beginning on May 16 and continuing through May 23, applicants will be able to submit their materials digitally throughout this time. To electronically apply to the Backward Classes Welfare Department of Uttar Pradesh, the organization in question must first go to the department’s website and then click on the link that has been supplied there. Your reading and convenience are the primary goals in presenting this website’s policies and plan to you.
After an application was submitted, the Director of Welfare for Retarded Classes notified the institution that it was required to sign and date a copy of the application form that was filled out online and provide information on all records and resources that are currently accessible. This was done in addition to providing information on all documents and resources that are presently accessible. If you are interested, you can pick up a copy on May 23 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Directorate of Backward Classes Welfare, which is located in the Indira Bhawan on the 10th floor on Ashok Marg in Lucknow.