St Kitts and Nevis: High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom- Dr Kevin Isaac, has donated the advanced laptops to the students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in Basseterre. He recognized the donation as a positive development in the education sector.
The donation was held at the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday during a brief handing-over ceremony. During the ceremony, HC Kevin Isaac expressed pleasure and said he was very thankful to Gurdip Dev Bath for generous donations of the computers.
While expressing gratitude to Gurdip Bath, HC Issac asserted that he is extremely grateful to Gurdip Dev Bath for making huge donations of computers to the CFBC students. He said that the donation will be helpful for advancing the education sector in St Kitts and Nevis. He also appreciated his continued support.
The students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College expressed their gratitude to Dr Kevin Isaac, Dev Bath and the government of St Kitts and Nevis. They also lauded them for their steps in the enhancement of the education sector of the country. While recognizing the laptops as a valuable resource, students said that the donation would be proved a great assistance for their students and help them achieve their goals.
High Commission Dr Isaac fulfilled his promise of donating computers which were made during his visit to the institute in April this year. He also promised to work for the welfare of the students of St Kitts and Nevis and stated that such steps will be helpful in uplifting their digital footprints and providing numerous educational opportunities.
The donation of laptops to CFBC students has been marked as the commitment of the government of St Kitts and Nevis. The government has been taking several steps to uplift the education sector and its belief in the power of education to transform lives.
HC Kevin Isaac said that the laptops will be helpful for students in several tasks, such as online resources and completing assignments. The laptops will also enhance the connection between the teachers and classmates.
While ensuring the advancement in the education sector, the laptops is a positive development in St Kitts and Nevis. It will work as the bride between the digital divide and work as new opportunities for the students.