Bishop Herman College situated at Kpando in the Volta region of Ghana has received technological instruments presented by Old Students.
The 1991/93 Old Students of the said school has seen through the school’s performance over the years and hence has decided to help it.
The year batch contributed an amount of money and resources in buying them desktop computers, laptops and a projector.
About 165 final year students of the Bishop Herman College offer elective ICT but perches with only 23 computers available in the school’s computer lab.
Also there are more than 350 first and second year students who also use the same computers for their lessons.
The 1991/93 year group presented 53 desktop computers and accessories, 15 laptops and a projector which could help them in their studies.
The Headmaster of the school, Mr. Francis Kudolo Dominic who received these equipment described it as an appropriate time of donating these equipment.
He said the final year students are preparing for their ICT exams in WASSCE.
He continued that, “We have about 165 of them doing ICT, and when it happens like that when it comes to examinations we have to be running round looking for laptops from individuals to augment the number we have for practicals. So, this gesture is a timely one for which we are grateful.”
The Headmaster expressed his gratitude to the 91/93 year group.
Mr. Kavege Vinyo, the head of department for ICT said these equipment would be put in good use while he expressed his gratitude to the year batch as well.