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Proprietor urges NIGCOMSAT, Galaxy Backbone to design IT programmes for schools


  21 Janvier      34        Education (6093), Société (37008),

   

Abuja, Jan. 21, 2019 (NAN) Mrs Hauwa Umar, Proprietress, Wholesome Start Home School, Lugbe, Abuja, has appealed to appropriate government agencies to design Information Technology (IT) programmes that can be infused into school curriculum.

Umar made the appeal in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.

According to her, all tiers of government should start getting more involved in what is happening in the education
sector.

She explained that government agencies such as the Nigerian Communication Satellite (NIGCOMSAT) Ltd. and Galaxy Backbone should be engaged in schools’ IT programmes and activities, adding that « the trend is changing and in the 21 century, if we really want to go global, then we have to be digitised.

« I have been thinking of how well we are carrying our schools along in that direction.

« Government should be thinking about going back to our schools to see how they can review our curricula to prepare
the children.

« I would want to advise NIGCOMSAT and Galaxy Backbone to come up with programmes that would be infused into
school curriculum right from primary level to tertiary institutions. »

The proprietress further urged government to take Information Communication Technology (ICT) to grassroots through
effective awareness programmes.

She said « I see it as something coming very late. Our generation is so backward because information is coming to us too
late compared to what is obtainable outside Nigeria.

« So, it is important for generations coming after us not to face the same delay.

« It is only when you are informed that you will even think of searching for platforms to see how you can leverage on
such platforms to market your business.

« You need to know how to use the computer before you can start looking for the benefits that are attached to using
systems, » Umar said. (NAN)

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