Community Information Resource Centres (CIRCs) are community-driven, bottom up platforms that seek to bridge the digital divide and transform information-dark communities into information-empowered communities.
A typical CIRC is enabled with computers, cameras, printers, projectors, scanners, internet, wi-fi and broadband. They are run by enthusiastic, young and passionate community members who understand the meaning of information and how it can empower communities of all class and casdre through all possible means like digital literacy, ICT skills, employable skills, English, entertainment, health, agriculture, entrepreneurship, RTI, e-governance and so on.
Shamsabad is 25 km to the west of tehsil Farrukhabad in Uttarpradesh. Samshabad is an ancient town with wide variety in the communities. It has population of 23,584 including 53% males and 47% females. Many communities in Muslim like Syed, Khan, Ansari, Qureshi and in Hindu, Gupta, Rastogi and Pandit are living in mahholas with amity. Despite of two girls inter college, one degree college, literacy Read more.