Odisha Knowledge Corporation Ltd. (OKCL) conducted a two day training programme for all its District Lead Centres and entrepreneurs at its office premises in Bhubaneswar. Held on 1st and 2nd September 2016, the programme included talks by Prof. Fr S. George of XLRI, Jamshedpur, on Leadership and Soft Skills.
Various assessments based on MBTI, Personality style, Conflict management strategy, Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation, Maximising Resources, Emotional Intelligence, etc, were also part of this two day programme.
To celebrate the spirit of freedom and unite the entire country under ‘Digital India’, OKCL conducted a free e-Test at all the Authorised Learning Centers (ALCs) across Odisha from 4th-10th August 2016. More than 4900 people streamed into the 760+ ALCs in Odisha to appear for this e-Test. People from all ages and all sections of society attended the e-Test which was based on Independence of India. OKCL would like to thank and congratulate every participant for making this e-Test a huge success and also inform them that the certificates for the successful participants are ready to be collected from the respective ALCs.
District wise Independence Day e-TEST Participants
The World youth skills day was observed on 15th July 2016 with a firm resolution to empower the young and move towards peace, development and human rights for all. To celebrate the occasion, OKCL conducted a free e-Test at all its Authorised Learning Centres (ALCs) across Odisha from 15th-21st July 2016. The e-Test was based on general knowledge about India. About 2155 candidates registered for exam out of which 1457 candidates came out with flying colours. The e-Test was a successful step towards nurturing computer literacy in every nook and corner of the state. OKCL congratulates all the lucky participants!
District wise World Youth Skills Day e-TEST Participants
A state-wide e-test conducted by OKCL to celebrate Utkal Diwas has met with resounding success. More than 2200 candidates simultaneously visited the 760 Authorised Learning Centres in Odisha to appear for the online test. The e-test was based on general knowledge about Odisha and was aimed to bridge the digital gap between the people and the computer and to create awareness about the online testing methods. The results were declared here in the official marketing blog of OKCL. The names of the participants in each district was also featured in this list. The participants certificates have been dispatched to all the centres and the candidates are requested to collect the same from their respective centres.