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Infosys provides 150 high-quality computers to District Moga

Quality education will get more encouragement in Moga - Kulwant Singh

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Moga , 05 Oct 2022

With the collaboration of world-renowned Multinational company Infosys, the Moga district has taken another step in the modernization of school education in the district. Infosys has sent the second batch of 150 high-quality computers as an aid. 

The main objective of this aid is to promote modern and quality education in government schools.While giving details, Deputy Commissioner Kulwant Singh and Dy. District Education Officer  Rakesh Kumar Makkar said that Moga district has long been known as an Aspirational District.

Infosys has provided 350 computers to district Moga so far.Out of which 200 computers have been allocated to different schools last year and these 150 computers will also be allocated to different schools soon, which will increase the number of computers in government schools. 

The imparted quality education will get more encouragement and for achieving new heights in the field of education in Moga Dy DEO Mr Makkar expressed special thanks to Deputy Commissioner Kulwant Singh and District System Manager Mr Surinder Kumar, who have been in constant contact with Infosys. 

They have played an important role in providing computers, he said that in this regard, efforts will be made to equip all government schools with more modern and world-class facilities. While handing over the computers to the education department SDM Moga Mr Ram Singh, DSM Surinder Singh and Harsh Goyal were also present.


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