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MobiTel offers computer training

MobiTel offers computer training

A NEW computer training video course and handbook were unveiled by MobiTel on

Sep 2 at a ceremony at the Cambodian Institute of Technology.

The computer training package was developed "to assist students of Cambodian

institutions to become computer-literate, and take their place on an equal technical

footing with the rest of the developed world," according to a MobiTel press

release.

The training manual will give students an introduction to Microsoft Windows 98 with

a step-by-step run-through on how to use the program.

The materials will be distributed free to the Kingdom's leading educational institutions.

Also, Mobitel has made the video available to Apsara TV-Channel 11. It will be aired

on Thursdays and Sundays from 12:30 to 1 pm.

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