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Digital Security

This toolkit has been designed to teach you how to become secure against the threats on the online space. The toolkit is illustrated with simple examples that one encounters in our day-to-day lives. 

Digital Security.pdfDigital Security.pdf

Internet Security is a course designed to teach basic safety while navigating on the world wide web. It is developed for everybody who use the internet to chat, shop, surf, blog or perform any activity on the www. 

Course components

1. Passwords

2. Two step Verification

3. Device Protection

4. Timely software updates

5. Download apps from a trusted source

6. Lock your screen

7. Spam mails

8. Secured communication

9. Prevent your website from getting hacked

10. Online abuse

Internet Safety.pdfInternet Safety.pdf
Digital Literacy and Security for Beginners

This course is targeted at individuals with low digital literacy to empower them with the tools for ensuring their safety online. The threat assessment for the average learner is low and they are not under any direct, discernible threat by state or non-state actors.

Course Components

The course focuses on the following modules:

  • Introducing Networks - Understanding networks, WWW, Internet and Intranet
  • Secure storage
  • Social Media Safety
  • Making and remembering strong passwords
  • Safe Browsing
  • Using e-mail safely
  • Device Hygiene
  • Recognising malicious applications
  • Safe searching online
  • Understanding privacy settings on online platforms

Internet Rights are Human Rights aims to deconstruct internet rights human rights, freedom of expression (FoE) online, freedom of information and further understand their legal framework with various case studies from across the country. 

Course Components

  • Deconstructing Internet Rights Human Rights (IRHR)
  • Deconstructing Freedom of Expression (FoE) online
  • Exploring Freedom of Expression
  • Cases

  1. Human Right, ICTs and The Internet
  2. Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information
  3. Right To Privacy
  4. Freedom of Association and Freedom of Assembly

IRHR Case Book.pdfIRHR Case Book.pdf

Digital Literacy: Microsoft Course teaches generic ICT skills and concepts. The curriculum features screenshots and simulations from Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013 to illustrate and provide hands-on examples.

Course Components

  • Computer Basics
  • The Internet, Cloud services, World Wide Web
  • Productivity Programs
  • Computer Security and Privacy
  • Digital Lifestyle
  • Certificate Test
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Fundamentals of Internet is a course that describes the concept of internet, its applications, and the hardware and software that is used to make this system work. The course will give the participants an overview of the all the processes associated with internet.

Course Components

  • Introduction to Internet
  • Browsing the Web
  • Surfing the Internet
  • Using Emails
  • Browsing through a website

W4C Certificate Course on Fundamentals of Internet -.pdfW4C Certificate Course on Fundamentals of Internet -.pdf

Office Suite:Intermediate Level Course is a tutorial that has been designed for anyone who has some experience using computers and Microsoft Office 2010 and wants to learn some more advanced skills. 

Course Components

  • Intermediate Word Processing Skills
  • Intermediate Spreadsheet Skills
  • Intermediate Presentation Skills

Office Suite - Intermediate Level Course.pdfOffice Suite - Intermediate Level Course.pdf

Google INDIC Course is designed for grassroots organisations to help them create digital content in regional languages for different social media platforms. It includes various tools, techniques and fonts to generate content in 11 regional languages of India. 

Course Components 

  • Google Indic Keyboard
  • Google handwriting input
  • Google translate
  • Google Noto fonts
  • AMP
  • Progressive Web page


Intel Easy Step: Basic Course course designed to help you learn the basic steps of how to use a computer effectively, and to apply your computer skills to your every-day life.

Course Components

Part 1 - Learning New Skills

Module 1: Introducing Computers and Operating Systems 1.1

Module 2: Introducing Internet and Email 2.1

Module 3: Introducing Word Processing 3.1

Module 4: Introducing Spreadsheets 4.1

Module 5: Introducing Multimedia 5.1

Part 2 – Applying Skills to Business and Entrepreneurship

Module 6: Introduction to Entrepreneurship 6.1

Module 7: Money Management and Finances 7.1

Module 8: Marketing Plan 8.1

Module 9: Branding 9.1

Module 10: Marketing Material 10.1

Module 11: Online Marketing 11.1

Module 12: Collecting Feedback Online 12.1

Part 3 - Showcasing Your Work

Module 13: Developing a Product Portfolio 13.1

Module 14: Showcase

IES Basic Course v3.0.pdfIES Basic Course v3.0.pdf

This is a predominantly visual course to teach illiterate populations on how to use computers. 

Soochnapreneur Toolkit is designed for aspiring soochnapreneurs and explains the concept, methodology, services and entrepreneurial approach to providing information and related services to the rural markets. The course is written in the Hindi language. 

*Soochnapreneur is an initiative introduced by SOOCHNA SEVA where selected personnel from rural areas will be trained with necessary information and technology, that he or she can make available to the needful in the rural areas. 

Course Components

1. पुस्तिका पढ़कर आप जान पाएंगे

2. सन्देश व माध्यम

3. सूचना का बाजार, अर्थव्यवस्था और अवसर

4. सूचनाप्रेन्योर कौन और क्या है

5. बाजार की समझ

6. उपभोक्ता और ग्राहक

7. सूचना, सामग्री और सेवाएं

8. काम करने के तरीके

9. टिकाऊ और गतिशील मॉडल

SP-Toolkit (Hindi).pdfSP-Toolkit (Hindi).pdf

ICT and Digital Media for Non-Profits is designed for organisations seeking to create various types of digital content and learn different techniques to inspire the audience and create an impact. The course uses several real life stories that have created positive impact using a mere mobile phone.

Course Components

  • Writing Effectively For The Web
  • Introduction To New Media
  • Content Creation For The Web
  • Writing Headlines That Get Results
  • Types Of Stories You Can Write And Tell
  • Tips To Remember While Creating Videos And Still Images
  • Types Of Videos That Inspire And Inform The Audience About The Cause
  • Must Have Elements For Your Nonprofit Website
  • Mobile And Digital Tools
ICT  Digital Media for NFPs.pdfICT Digital Media for NFPs.pdf

Crowdsourcing for a Cause-Course is designed for organisations and individuals to introduce them to various forms of fundraising through the use of digital technology. It focuses on the basic concept of crowdfunding, its relevance and application in today's times. 

Course Components

  • Introduction To Crowdfunding
  • Three Players In The Crowdfunding Model
  • How Is Crowdfunding Different From Other Types of Fundraising Techniques?
  • Eligibility Criteria For NGOs To Crowdfund
  • How Is Crowdfunding For Non-Profits Helpful?
  • Case Study: Nepal Earthquake
  • Types Of Crowdfunding
  • Phases Of Crowdfunding
  • Tips To Run A Successful Campaign
  • Launching Your Campaign
  • Content Creation
  • Principles
  • Platforms For Non-Profits To Start A Campaign
  • Challenges And Limitations


Social Media for Civil Society and Non-Profits Course is designed to help organisations to use social media tools to further their missions and benefit their programmes. The course includes social media strategy-making and effective use of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube from the perspective of a social organisation.

Course Components

  • Introduction
  • Getting Strategic With Social Media: Start Planning
  • Introduction To Facebook
  • Getting Started- Basics Of Facebook
  • Introduction To Twitter
  • Understanding The Twitter Homepage
  • How To Be Active On Twitter
  • Introduction To Youtube
  • Show A Cause Through A Video
Social Media.pdfSocial Media.pdf

Managing Websites for Non-Profits and Civil Society is designed for organisations who wish to learn to navigate, add, edit, format and manoeuvre through the website (wordpress) and manage it effectively. 

Course Components

  • Introduction
  • Guide Method
  • Getting Started
  • Navigating Around the Administration Panel
  • The Admin Bar
  • Understanding the difference between pages and posts
  • Adding and Editing Content
  • Formatting text using the rich editor
  • Adding links to your posts
  • Adding images to your posts
  • Adding a gallery of images
  • Adding video clips to your posts
  • Saving & publishing your post or page
  • Creating and managing your categories
  • Writing Pages and Structuring Them
  • Integrating Social Media With Website

Websites for NFPs.pdfWebsites for NFPs.pdf

To bring in last mile connectivity for under-served rural and semi-rural areas in India, line-of-sight wireless connectivity is deployed by using low-cost Wireless equipment and unlicensed frequency spectrum of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz range to create community-operated wireless networks. To further empower the local community, the community members need to be trained in setting up wireless networks themselves.

This course is intended for community members, especially in rural areas of India, who can set up last-mile Internet connectivity for their communities. These members may not have a formal degree in technical areas such as networking or engineering. For the purpose of this course, it is assumed that there are three levels at which learners will setup a wireless network. The three levels are:

 Level 1 – To bring connectivity from the ISP to a single location

 Level 2 – To extend connectivity from the single location to another location

 Level 3 – To extend connectivity from the single location to multiple locations

This course is sequenced to start from processes required for Level 1 implementation and goes on to processes for Level 2 and Level 3 implementation.

GSMA Mobile Internet Skills Training Toolkit 

It is guide for training people in basic mobile internet skills in India designed by GSMA. It is designed for Mobile Network Operators, NGOs, Development organisations, governments who want to provide training to improve people's basic knowledge and understanding of the mobile internet. 

The resources provided in the toolkit give trainers what they need to demonstart the value and functionality of internet on mobile phones.  It is designed to target an audience with little mobile literacy. 

Mobile Internet Skills Toolkit.pdfMobile Internet Skills Toolkit.pdf

Google for Non Profits

G4NP is a set of applications by Google specifically designed for Not for Profits in India. The objective is of the applications is to help social organisations working at the grassroots to increase their impact by learning how to fund raise effectively, collaborate efficiently and share their story effectively.


G Suites for Non Profits

Google Ad grants

YouTube Non Profit Program