Computers are indeispensible for today’s youth.Computers have brought about a revolution in everyone’s life.
What would offices,banks,factories,airports,commercial establishments do if computers failed to function.Well there would be utter confusion all over.
There will be colossal damage in terms of budiness lost,services not provided and oppurtunities forgiven.By learning computer today’s youth has become a part of the Globalised world.
Distances have overnight become a thing of the past.Internet hasbrought about a big revolution as information is available cheaply or freely at all times at the mere click of a mouse.
E-books enable today’s youth to have access to thousands of books at minimal cost which was something unimaginable in the past.
No doubt computers have brought about a drastic change in youngster’s life.It’s time that those who has missed out learning computers shouls doon take plunge and go in for computer courses to know the vast spectrum of business avenues lying open to them.
Loktak lake ,the largest freshwater lake in the country,has now become home to a first of its kind floating elementary school.
The school was inaugurated earlier this month at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok village,about 50km from Imphal.It was opened under an initiative undertaken by the All Loktak Lake Fisherma’s Union with the support of an NGO people Resources Development Association(PRDA).
It aims to provide education to dropouts,who were rendered homeless due to the recent evacuation of phumdis or floating biomass of vegetation,soil,and organic matter at various stages of decomposition.
The lake is referred to as the “lifeline of Manipur” as it is highly productive and many lives depend on the lake of endurance>The lake is also an important bird area as its potential breeding site for waterfowl and is a staging site for migratory birds.
This ancient lake plays an important role in the economy of Manipur.It serves as a source of water for hydropower generation,irrigation and drinking water supply.The lake is also a source of livelihood for rural fisherman who live in the surrounding areas and on phumdis,also known as “phumshongs”.
The school will be accommodating around 25 students and two teachers from the community.