Some people dream big. Anwar Tariq decided to dream bigger. As a qualified MCA, Anwar could have bagged any MNC job. But that was not part of his plan. Today, as Centre Coordinator and trainer at the CIRC Farrukhabad, Anwar shares how he has always wanted to spread his knowledge of computers to the digitally dark, information deprived communities. During his prior days with DEF, he worked for the ‘Help Women Get Online (HWGO)’ programme. His constant endeavours and dedication paid off well, as he successfully trained more than 21,000 students within 7 months. His performance did not get unnoticed and soon he was appointed as the Centre Coordinator at CIRC, Farrukhabad (UP); a place where people had not even seen a computer before. Today, the centre is visited by more than 20 young students who are keen to learn computers. Anwar wishes to upgrade the centre by introducing new programmes and activities to attract more people from the community. Besides, he also wishes to help the traditional embroiders and craftsmen of Farrukhabad by skilling them with digital literacy and e-commerce, so that they could not only showcase their works on online platforms, but make their mark in national as well as global markets.