UPNG ESP Students union gives K30,000 e-library project to ESP school

 THE University of Papua New Guinea East Sepik Student Union presented a K30,000 e-library project to Brandi secondary in East Sepik.

East Sepik Students Union former president Dipson Ban said they presented 10 laptops and 10 iPads to the school to start up its e-library access on Thursday. Ban, a former student of the school, said: “The school has no access to e-library and this project will mark a new chapter in pursuit of academic excellence.

“It is designed to provide our students with easy access to a vast array of digital resource, including e-books, scholarly articles, resource papers and multimedia materials,” he said.

“Gone are the days where physical limitations hindered our ability to explore knowledge beyond the confines of our campus.”

Principal Anthony Boiefin said the project will complement the academic vision of the school going forward.

“I am pleased for the first time in the school’s history a former student initiated such project to give back to his province and have delivered it successfully,” he said.

“With this, the world’s knowledge will be at our fingertips, empowering and broadening our intellectual horizons to explore new frontiers.”

The project was supported by the National Gaming and Control Board, Department of Commerce and Industry, Telikom PNG, Lemotrocis, Chyil IT Technology, and the Sepik community in Port Moresby.


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