SECOND SET OF CAP BENEFICIARIES SMILE HOME WITH THEIR DREAM DEVICES AS CAP HITS SECOND STAGE

It all began with a desire by the present administration to make the acquisition of technological tools easily accessible to members of staff and students of the RSUST community. cap_beneficiaries

On Thursday the 22nd of May, 2014 the Computer for All Programme was launched with fanfare at the Experience Centre ICT centre Rivers State University of Science and Technology. The Computer for All Programme is a partnership initiative of Cinfores Ltd, RSUST, Samsung, HP and Intel.

In less than a month of official launch, the CAP team returns to roll out mobile devices, tabs and laptops to programme beneficiaries. Friday 13th June 2014, witnessed another device hand-over/presentation ceremony at the Experience Centre ICT centre Rivers State University of Science and Technology. Beneficiaries of the said programme all beamed with smiles as they were been presented with their desired device. They had finally gotten themselves on the track for the e-learning study mode.

The Computer for All Programme has officially gone LIVE; up and running. So far, 19 RSUST students have received their devices and are fully activated on the CAP platform; several others have applied and are currently going through the screening/verification processes.

A message from the partnership firms state a strong commitment to creating the right digital environment for students to succeed by empowering members of the school’s community with the appropriate electronic tools to allow them express themselves, explore their opportunities, inspire change and practically blaze the trail in their respective endeavours setting a pace for other schools to emulate.

A cross-section of beneficiaries as brand new laptops are being handed out to them