Sunday, 14th July 2024

St Kitts and Nevis: Kevin Isaac, Gurdip Bath donates laptops to CFBC students

The High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom, Dr Kevin Isaac, donated advanced laptops to the students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in Basseterre. HC Isaac expressed his gratitude to Mr Gurdip Dev Bath for the donation during a brief ceremony.

Sunday, 7th July 2024

St Kitts and Nevis: Kevin Isaac, Gurdip Bath donates laptops to CFBC students
The High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom, Dr Kevin Isaac, donated advanced laptops to the students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in Basseterre. HC Isaac expressed his gratitude to Mr Gurdip Dev Bath for the donation during a brief ceremony. The handing-over ceremony was held at the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - MOFA on Monday, May 8, 2023. The donation came as part of a pledge which was made by the High Commissioner during his visit to the Tertiary institution in April 2023. HC Kevin Isaac worked with partners in the United Kingdom (UK) to support the students in securing computer equipment.

During the handing-over ceremony, the High Commissioner expressed his sincere thanks to Mr Gurdip Bath. He said he was very grateful and wished to publicly thank him for donating the computers. "His continued support is appreciated," outlined the HC.

[caption id="attachment_55442" align="aligncenter" width="277"] Mr Gurdip Dev Bath[/caption] Also, the Permanent Secretary - PS in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kay Bass, conveyed remarks on behalf of His Excellency during the ceremony. The Students & Dean of the Division of Arts, Sciences & General Studies (ASGS), Laverne Brookes, were pleased and also expressed their gratitude to Kevin Isaac and Dev Bath for their donation.

They also ensured the Ministry that the computers would be put to good use & would benefit the students who would be using the Computer Laboratory at the campus.

This donation of advanced laptops to the students of CFBC is a major gesture of support from St Kitts and Nevis government. The donation is a clear indication of the commitment of the government to the education of its citizens and its belief in the power of education to change lives.

It is also a positive and significant development for the education system in the island nation. It will help to make sure that all the students have the resources which they require to succeed in their studies. The laptops will also help bridge the digital divide and give all students equal opportunities.