Keeping up with its social responsibility vision, NIIT Ghana donated five (5) HP desktop computers with monitors to Buduburam Refugee Community School, Accra. This donation was in response to an assistance requested by the school authorities to the management of i2000 Limited (business partners of NIIT) to facilitate ICT education to the students of the School.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kapil Gupta Managing Director NIIT Ghana stressed on the need of good ICT lab in every junior and senior high schools of the country to impart quality computer education to students, which also is the sole motto of NIIT Ghana.
He requested government authorities concerned with these schools to devise strategies to encourage public-private partnership to impart ICT education in schools. It is noteworthy that NIIT Ghana has been a pioneer in imparting quality ICT education in the country for last 11 years through its seven (7) branches across the country. He told that NIIT has always supported needy students with scholarship, either through its annual scholarship exercise or through partnership with concerned ministries to undertake job oriented courses on latest ICT technologies.
NIIT Ghana provided scholarship worth USD 50,000 on the occasion of Ghana’s 50th Anniversary to students from all the ten (10) regions of the country to take ICT courses. NIIT Ghana was adjudged 2nd most Socially Responsible company by GIPC for the year 2005. It has also been listed in the prestigious GIPC Top 100 companies for the last three years, the only ICT Education company to do so in Ghana. IT has also won the ‘Best Information Technology School in Ghana’ - TNG Corporate Merit Awards 2010.
Mr. J. Koryan Korlison, Principal - Buduburam Refugee Community School Accra, received the computers on behalf of the school management and thanked NIIT for its donation. He assured that the computers will be used for the training on Liberian refugee children in the school.
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