This program is the only one to be offered at a low competitive cost. It has been widely accepted in India, it has attracted nearly 10 million learners in 9 years at a rate of 1 million learners annually, including students, teachers, professionals and entrepreneurs, as well as farmers, workers, housewives, the elderly and others.
In Egypt, MKCL Egypt is seeking to reach an average of 250,000 trainees annually, within 3 years. As a first step to complete this mission, it is necessary to integrate the self-learning method in learning IT with traditional learning method, so MKCL Egypt aims to omit its digital illiteracy through MKCL’s International Certificate in Information Technology (MICIT).
The Computer Science Sector Committee at Supreme Council of Universities has recommended MICIT Certificate be equivalenced to ICDL Certificate. The report emphasized that the skills of MICIT Program exceed the corresponding international training programs such as ICDL, CIE and others.