By | 14 May 2020 at 1:49 AM
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Government e-services arm CSC e-Governance Services Ltd and IMS Ghaziabad on Wednesday announced partnership to offer computer education through video conferencing to students in rural areas and small towns.

The courses will include certificate in computer application programme, diploma and PG in computer applications. “The courses will be offered through video conferences at CSC centres. If students have their own laptop or device to access classes offered by IMS Ghaziabad then they can study from home as per their convenience,” CSC SPV CEO Dinesh Tyagi told PTI.

The courses will be available through CSC educational platform CSC Academy. Students will have to pay in the range of Rs 1,150 to Rs 1,500 depending on the course they opt for.

M&M starts contactless vehicle service facility Mahindra & Mahindra on Wednesday said its vehicle owners can avail “contactless” service facility as all repair information and records will now be made available through the company’s mobile app ‘With You Hamesha’.

Customers can now avoid coming in contact with any paper documents, cash or the payment machine while getting their vehicle serviced, the company said in a release. Owners will be able to view their repair orders including the parts used, job operations carried out and other associated costs including providing necessary approvals and payments online, it added.