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The
Computer Training Centre at PHQ at present is conducting IT-BASICS under CCTNS
Capacity Building program for PHQ, INT and NPTO personnel. The training is conducted
batchwise as per the syllabus prescribed by NCRB, New Delhi.

TRAINING FACULTY

The
training faculties are from State Crime Records Bureau (SCRB) & Computer
Cell, PHQ

Sl. No.
Name
Subject
1
Shri Vizovoto Richa, SIComputer Basics
2
Shri Vidikie Kuotsu, ASIComputer Hardware, MS Office
3
Shri Vizotuonyu Medom, ASIComputer Basics, Internet
4
Shri Pithungo Kikon, H/CComputer Hardware, MS Office
5
Shri Robert Naleo, H/CComputer Basics, MS Office
6
Shri Khriesavilie Neihu, CNComputer Hardware
7
Shri Khrieketoulie Mepfhuo, CNComputer Hardware

TRAINING SYLLABUS

The
training syllabus is framed by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), New
Delhi.

Click here to view the training syllabus






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