The Sunday Leader

I.T. For The Poor

A John Keells volunteer conducting computer classes at a disadvantaged school in Slave Island under the company’s Neighbourhood Schools Development Project. Five small schools in Slave Island are supported by John Keells under this programme.

3 Comments for “I.T. For The Poor”

  1. anthony jones

    Fantastic hopefully this programme will expand with other companies joining in and it will spread island-wise.

    Well done SR and mob. A j.

  2. There you go!
    I have initiated some thing similar to the Northern Schools to harvest the finest minds in IT. Thus I am departing on my journey to the north next ween to talk to the principals of those schools to accommodate my initiative.

    Know this folks!

    It is not easy to do some thing like this with Gov. Schools without the Education ministries permission! It is any one’s guess how long it will take to get the EM’s approval!

    • ditto

      God Bless you Sathees. Good work. May your journey be easy and free of obstacles. Wish more of us can take a concerted effort individually to contribute to our society, instead of talking about it over a cup of tea and cutlets.

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