CIRCs across the country have collectively achieved the target of making over 6,000 people digitally literate in the months of November and December 2015. Elaborate planning, meticulous steps, constant support and regular mobilisation has helped CIRC staff across India to strengthen their connection with the grassroots, and enabled them to communicate to the masses the importance of computer education for their growth and progress, especially to those confined to the marginalised sections of the society. Today, CIRCs have reached a number of 150, marking presence in 80 districts, covering 22 states.
With the launch of new centres, and many more in the pipeline, the CIRC project has been spreading steadily a network of digital literacy across the lengths and breadths of the country. Innovative learning methods such as the EDGE programme, launched exclusively to facilitate accessible English and digital education for adolescent girls, has also garnered CIRC greater number of enrolments for digital literacy. Dodaballapur in Karnataka, Jauhar Academy in Ranchi, Mungaska in Rajasthan and Pakri in Bihar are some of the centres that have recorded remarkable growth in the number of digital literates in the months of November and December.