Computer Literacy Day was organized by the Information and Technology Department at ISBM University. The program was launched by lighting the lamp and giving a wreath to Mother Saraswati. Head of the Department Bhupesh Patra highlighted the purpose of organizing the program while delivering a welcome address and expressed concern over the fact that even today, the computer literacy rate in India is lower than other countries in the world. Professor of the Department Rishabh Sharma gave detailed information about electronic digital services on Digital Banking, Digital India, M-Farmer, e-Hospital, Digital Panchayat, e-District, e-name, National Carrier Service. The use of digital service saves both time and money. The students of the Nutrition Department Mr. Dhruv gave information in detail about the structure, methodology and their branches, type, and equipment, introducing the computer. Student Mohit warned about cybersecurity in the field of information technology as a key achievement and given a speech on both positive and negative dimensions of technology. Student Rakesh Thakur said that cybercrime, hacker, using the virtual keyboard to prevent anti-virus and to check HTTPS before logging is necessary. On this occasion, the play was staged by the students, in which absence of technology showed two pictures of one India, one which is backward in new technology and another is equipped with new technology. A documentary film based on Digital India was also shown in the program. Prof. Pravin Yadav Head of the Department of Engineering Studies Speaks about the importance of computer technology and said that the computer brought widespread change in our lives. Dr. Bhupendra Kumar Sahu, Head of Department, Arts Faculty said that the knowledge of computer is the demand of the present time. There is no age for acquiring knowledge, take it from where ever you get. Pro. VP Verma, Department of Science, while clarifying literacy said that education is necessary for life whether that should be of alphabets or computer education. Dr. Piyush Mehta (Dean), said that the need for employment in the information and technology sector is possible while stating the need for computer technology education. Pro. Bhupendra Devangan expressed gratitude for the cooperation of all the recipients for the event. The program was successfully managed by Prof. Geisha Acharya. The information and technology resources were displayed by the students through Rangoli. All the professors of the university and a large number of students were present in the program.