The Creative IT Institute has launched an online course called ‘Coding for Kids’ to develop children’s talents during the Corona situation. On Friday, 300 children officially joined the course.
The Creative IT Institute inaugurated the new initiative through an online event. The event was attended by Akram Hossain- Head of Operations, Farzana Biswas- Head of Quality Management, Sohan Hossain- Head of Web and Software, and Dilshad Ara- Head of English Language Department.
The officials informed in a news release that all the educational institutions, including schools and colleges, have been closed since the spread of Corona in the country. Due to this closed life, children’s mental development is being hampered, the logical ability is being lost, the problem-solving ability is being lost, and frustration is also appearing among children. Parents are much more concerned about these issues. In such a situation, the Creative IT Institute took this special initiative in the mental development of children. Coding indirectly increases the child’s ability to solve problems, increases their creativity, and helps them become confident. In the context of coding for kids, the company’s CEO Monir Hossain said that the demand for skilled people in IT has increased due to the impact of digitalization. If you have expertise in IT and design, you will be able to create opportunities for yourself in any field to keep pace with the changing world of technology. So we have to prepare our children for the future from now on. Can find details of this initiative of the Creative IT Institute at https://creativeitinstitute.com/coding-for-kids.