Samsung to deliver Guyana’s first ‘Smart Classroom’ by August

Following last Thursday’s talks in Georgetown with President Donald Ramotar and other local officials including Education Minister Priya Manickchand,   Samsung Head of Ente-rprise Division Marco Osio told Stabroek Business that the company is aiming to set up Guyana’s first Smart Classroom by August this year.

“We are satisfied that President Ramotar is supportive of an initiative that will enhance the delivery of education in Guyana by providing a learning method that is efficient and, over time, less costly than the conventional method,” Osio said. He added that it was a very encouraging meeting.

He said of particular significance was that Samsung was able to present Guyana with the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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