Oyo Govt Partners NGO To Train Public School Students on Coding, Robotics, Drone Technology
Oyo State Government is set to partner with the Media and Digital Skills Center Nigeria to train its public school students on Coding, Robotics, Artificial intelligence and Drone Technology.
The programs, according to the Honourable Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Barrister Rahman Abiodun Abdu-Raheem, is aimed at bridging b that the practical skills will be of tremendous benefits to the students and society.
The approved pilot programs has been scheduled to commence in Bishop Phillips Academy, Iwo road Ibadan, CAC Grammar School, Aperin, and St.Annes School, Molete, from 9th May, 2022.
Barrister Abdu-Raheem emphasized that the State Government was ready to immediately grant the request of the center, to further enhance the quality of education in the state.
The founder of Media and Digital Skills Center Nigeria, Engineer Ajibola Abiola, expressed the willingness of the center to collaborate with the state government to bridge education gaps in secondary schools.
He said the scheme will corroborate the education structures, improve learning through ‘Catch Them Young Philosophy and assist in engaging the students in real practical digital skills which will help in preparing them for entrepreneurship in the nearest future.
Engineer Dr. Ajibola Abiola emphasized that engaging these teeming young Nigerians positively, in creative, innovative skills at this crucial era, where crime rate, cultism, ‘yahooism’ , drug addiction are on the high side, will in no small measure, engender in our the students a very sound and practical education.
He further posited on the need to support real knowledge by real practical solutions, through a dynamic educational curriculum, so as to blend with the changes in the world, brought about by the advent of technology, especially, Digital Electronics, Robotics and Artificial intelligence.