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Free Internet For Rakiraki School

Rakiraki Public High School has had its computer lab’s free internet supply renewed by Digicel Fiji. The support, which started four-years ago, has been extended. The school runs three-year Computer
22 Oct 2014 13:49
Free Internet For Rakiraki School
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Rakiraki Public High School has had its computer lab’s free internet supply renewed by Digicel Fiji. The support, which started four-years ago, has been extended.

The school runs three-year Computer Science courses for students in Year 11 to 13.
To date 406 students have benefitted from computer classes over the last four years. This year 60 students are studying in the course.

The company’s commercial director, Andrew Skelton said, “We are delighted to continue our support for education and provide opportunities for the young people in the community.

“This shows our commitment in promoting the use of modern information and communication technologies in Fijian schools. We are always striving to provide the best value and services to Fijians and this is another way of providing towards education of young people.

“All students at the school will now be able to experience 3G+ superior internet speeds to help them with school work and ways to stay connected on social networks with your friends and family.”
Rakiraki Public High School is also a Government telecentre and caters for the general public who use the centre on week day evenings and weekends.

Year 13 student, Davika Roshini Lata said the free internet is helpful when they conduct researches and write projects at school.

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