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NGO plans biggest project

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

A 120-terminal information technology centre is set to be built at Natabua High School in Lautoka.

The project is being spearheaded by Australian non-profit organisation Reach 4 Your Future Foundation.

President Ganesh Sen said the program was under review and they would look to link up all computers for networking purposes.

"This will be one of the biggest projects for us with regards to secondary schools," Mr Sen said.

"The systems will be server driven. All the PCs will be managed individually."

According to Mr Sen, the systems will not need to be upgraded until after five to six years.

"And because the systems will be server driven, it will save electricity costs as well."

He said they were also seeking the help of former scholars with regards to the construction of this IT centre.





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