Serbo-Korean Information Access Centre at the first place in the world among 52 centres

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    Serbo-Korean Information Access Centre at the first place in the world among 52 centres

    In its one year of work, Belgrade based Serbo-Korean Information Access Centre managed to win first place on the list of 52 similar centres worldwide, Serbian Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government Branko Ruzic has said.

    Serbo-Korean Information Access Centre was opened on December 20 th last year, as a result of a memorandum between the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government and Korea’s National Agency for Information Society, with that country’s donation of EUR250.000, and both citizens and startup companies have free access to centre’s resources.

    “Multifunctional space of the Serbo-Korean IT Centre equipped with high technology is intended for training of civil servants and citizens in computer and information literacy”, Ružic has said.

    He has added that 13,000 participants passed through the centre, and 500 trainings were organized in which public officials learned how to work on important projects such as address register, digitalization of cultural heritage, decrease in paperwork at counters and other projects.

    Izvor: Beta

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    Piše: T. K.

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