Canara bank to offer computer training to unemployed youth

Canara Bank Institute of Information Technology, a corporate social responsibility initiative of Canara Bank has been providing computer education under both hardware and software streams. The programs it offers are of full time duration and provide an opportunity for educated and unemployed youth to learn computer skills and improve soft skills free of cost. The objective is to bring otherwise expensive computer training within the reach of the common man.


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The upcoming program on Network Administration will commence on September 26th 2015. Candidates who are above 18 years of age can take the aptitude test which will be held on September 14th 2015 at the institute.

Program details for Network Administration

  • Fundamentals of computers
  • MSDOS
  • Troubleshooting and assembling
  • Laptop and Printer servicing
  • Network basics
  • Windows 7, Windows 2003 server
  • Data storage
  • Red Hat Linux

Program duration: 90 days

Class timings: 9.30 am to 5.30 pm (Lunch will be served)

Contact information

  • Phone: 080 2344 0036 | 080 2346 3580
  • Address: Canara Bank Institute of Information Technology, 3rd Floor, Chitrapur Bhavan, 8th Main, 15th Cross, Malleswaram, Bangalore – 55

Upcoming programs by the institute

The institute will also roll out the following programs later in 2015. The programs are for 90 days and are scheduled to commence shortly. 

Office Administration

  • Fundamentals of computers
  • Windows
  • MS Office
  • Tally ver.ERP9

Desktop Publishing 

  • Fundamentals of computers
  • Windows
  • MS Office
  • CorelDraw
  • Photoshop

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