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One-Day Training Program on MS-Word for Non-Teaching Staff

Report on One-Day Training Program on MS-Word for Non-Teaching Staff Date: September 14, 2023 Venue: Room No 13, GMN College, Ambala Cantt Introduction: The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) at GMN College, in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science, organized a one-day training program for non-teaching staff on the effective use of MS-Word. The program was aimed at enhancing the digital literacy and proficiency of the college's non-teaching staff members. Event Highlights: The training program was conducted successfully on September 14, 2023, with over 11 non- teaching staff members in attendance. The program began at 2:30pm, providing comprehensive coverage of MS-Word fundamentals and advanced features. The sessions were led by Dr. Surjeet Singh, who shared valuable insights and practical tips with the participants. The topics covered included basic MS-Word operations, formatting techniques, document editing, and collaborative features. Interactive Q&A sessions were conducted to address participants' queries and provide further clarification on MS-Word functions. Acknowledgments: Dr. Rohit Dutt, the Principal of GMN College, expressed his heartfelt appreciation to the IQAC and the Department of Computer Science for their dedicated efforts in organizing and executing the training program. Dr. Gurdev Singh, the worthy President of the Governing Body, extended his congratulations to the resource person, Dr. Surjeet Singh, for delivering an informative and engaging session. He also commended the enthusiastic participation of the non-teaching staff members. Participant Feedback: Participants of the training program found the sessions highly beneficial and relevant to their roles within the college. They appreciated the practical approach, which enabled them to enhance their MS-Word skills for more efficient day-to-day tasks. Many expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to improve their digital literacy. Conclusion: The one-day training program on MS-Word for non-teaching staff, organized by the Department of Computer Science in collaboration with the IQAC, was a resounding success. It not only contributed to the skill development of the participants but also reflected the college's commitment to promoting digital literacy among its staff members. The event received praise from both the college's Principal and the President of the Governing Body, affirming its value and impact. We look forward to organizing more such programs in the future to empower our staff and ensure the continued growth and success of GMN College. Dr. Rohit Dutt Dr. Surjeet Singh