Mysore: Here is an organization which provides free computer education to poor students from rural areas to be dedicated. For the past five years, Aditya Institute of Management and Information Technology, Knowledge Corps program students who can not afford the fees have been giving training. Course of the year, which is designed for first year pre-university students, will start from August 16. Class will be held three times a week. '' Many hard to find computer students CBSE syllabus. Confidence among them and their subjects well understood, the course is offered free of cost. KA Three-month courses at other institutions at a cost of around Rs 5,000. Multimedia students, Accounting, Tally, DTP, Internet, Web design, data entry services , animation and coaching are offered in C programming. Free training at neighboring colleges and institutions with a tie-up is to create awareness. 'I trained as the top of C programming class has enabled me to do it,' says Bhagyashree K, MCS, SDM college degree final year student. The free training was three years ago. Chandrika N BBM graduate, says, as her father died, her family had a hard time financing their studies. '' When I joined the Institute, I had no knowledge about computers. He says the institute has helped me pursue my dreams.