Vivekananda Computer Centre was started under the guidance of Rasik Bhita at Village- Kumrogodi (near Singur) in Hooghly district.

Students coming from economically challenged families, are being taught Microsoft Office by teachers from their locality who have been
trained at Rasik Bhita in MS-Office and Communicative English.

With the launch of Vivek Jagriti project, Spoken English classes are also being conducted for these students once a week through video-conferencing.

Rasik Bhita also provided guidelines for conducting Computer & Spoken English courses at:

The training centre run by ‘Somsar Sri Ramakrishna Seva Mandir’ at Somsar, Hooghly.

The training centre run by ‘Vivekananda Swasthya Seva Sangha’ at Khanpur village, Dist. Burdwan.

Technology advancement has enabled to extend our online Communicative English courses to places outside West Bengal:

  • Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Pangot, Uttarakhand
  • Sri Sarda Math, Valsad, Gujarat

It is to be noted that a student from London has also enrolled herself with the courses of Rasik Bhita.

Students attending the English course Online

Students attending the Advanced Office Course Online

Vivek Jagriti Project

Sri Sarada Math-Rasik Bhita, educational and cultural wing of Sri Sarada Math, Dakshineswar has undertaken “Education through video conferencing” under the “Vivek Jagriti” Project. This project was inaugurated on 17th December, 2012, to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Through this project Communicative English is being taught to girl students mainly at remote villages completely free of any tuition fees. Regular classes were started from January, 2013. Weekly Communicative English classes are conducted online at the following centres within West Bengal:

  • Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Balurghat, West Dinajpur District
  • Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Kantanagar, Murshidabad District
  • Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Baladbandh, Hooghly District
  • Sri Sarada Math, Shihore, Bankura District
  • Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Shillya, Ramgopalpur, Burdwan District

Students attending the Video-conferencing class at Rasik Bhita

Ongoing video conferencing class at Rasik Bhita (Host centre) by Jayanta Sircar, Retired Dean, Harvard University

Vivek Jagriti Project extends to Maharashtra

In February, 2015, Rasik Bhita started teaching Communicative English in the High School run by Ramakrishna Sarada Mission at Kamptee, Nagpur, Maharashtra through the Vivek-Jagriti Project. With this new addition, this project crossed the boundary of West Bengal.