Ringardas Donates Computers to Government Secondary School FCT Abuja
The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed how the world functions, illustrating the limitations of many existing systems and highlighting the need to reimagine the role of information technology as a boost for economic productivity and growth. In attempting to contain the virus in 2020, countries established mobility restrictions and, in most cases, lockdowns, which fundamentally disrupted the functioning of society and the economy.
The disruption that came during that period transformed the ways in which communities, businesses, and individuals operate, communicate and transfer knowledge.
Using computers at schools plays a significant role among students and teachers and creates a more effective learning and teaching environment making learning to become easier.
As part of our commitment at Ringardas to continuously support the communities around us, and make a difference in changing lives, we saw the need to extend our gesture by donating some computers to Government Secondary School Garki (GSSG), FCT Abuja.
The Corporate Affairs Manager, Mrs. Nana Shaibu presented the computers to the school for their Information and Technology library.
In her handover speech, she said “We hope this will increase the productivity of the students in doing their assignments and getting better grades in school, doing research for essays over the internet at the school’s local library, and global libraries for online books, videos, and other eLearning tools available on the web.
We also believe that this act will aid the students advance in learning and expose them to more knowledge as they prepare to get into a promising future where they will also make a positive impact on our society.
Mr. Saidu Abubakar, the Principal of the GSSG received the computers on behalf of the school and went on to appreciate Ringardas Nigeria Limited for the kind gesture. He said he will ensure that the computers are used to enhance the learning of the students while he looks forward to a future partnership with the company.
According to Rother (2004), “Technology has become ingrained in the educational process.
We can’t deny the fact that using computers has made our lives easier.