Interviewed By Dr. Dilip N. Pandit
IT and computer courses could help students for perusing higher education
Bhiwani is a city of the state of Haryana, India. It is known as the city of temples and often termed "Bangarh Kashi" . Besides being a seat of spiritual learning. Bhiwani city is mentioned in Ain-e-Akbari. It was founded by a Rajput King Neem singh who named the city after his wife Bhani. The Bhani spelling changed to Bhiyani and subsequently to Bhiwani. Bhiwani has been a prominent centre of commerce since the time of the Mughals. Bhiwani is also known for its temples and is known as the "Kashi of haryana" of India.
Bhiwani is an educational hub. In the field of education, the city has six major institutes, one of them being the country's top textile research institute, the Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences, established by the Birla Group. There are also four degree colleges, three colleges of education and a school of nursing. The Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) is also situated in the city while the government P.G College is located on Hansi road. Recently the new Chaudhary Bansi Lal University has been established in Bhiwani in memory of the late Choudhary Bansi lal. IT Education is getting the edge. These views were expressed by dynamic youth and AIITA centre head Mr. Gourav Gaba of Bhiwani study centre.
He said that state Govt. has recently opened an office of Prevention of Cyber Crime so that people could register their case. AIITA has also introduced certificate courses of Cyber Security for awareness among students and youth. Apart from formal education, IT and job-oriented computer courses could help students for perusing higher education.
On being asked about IT scope, he told that there are four engineering colleges in Bhiwani district as Bhiwani Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS), Institute of Technology and Science (ITS), Bhiwani, The Technological Institute of Textile and Sciences, Bhiwani and Balaji college of Engineering (polytechnic), Bhiwani those are encouraging students for higher education.