Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Dr Kevin Isaac – The High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom (UK) and Northern Ireland, has recently donated advanced laptops to the students at the Clearance Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) in order to support their high education.
The High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Kevin Isaac, noted in his remarks that the donations were made possible with the assistance of Gurdip Dev Bath.
He expressed his deepest gratitude and regards to him for donating the personal computers to the CFBC students during the handing over ceremony conducted at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs office on 22 May 2023 (Monday).
While extending his remarks, Kevin Isaac further acknowledged the significant role played by Gurdip Bath towards the enhancement of the education sector of St Kitts and Nevis. He extended his sincerest regards to him during the handing-over event.
He also stated that he truly appreciates and acknowledges the continuous support and backing received by Dev Bath in many aspects, which are essential to the nation. Furthermore, HC Isaac also emphasized that the Clearance Fitzroy Bryant College students were honoured during the event and extended their heartfelt thankfulness to the Gurdip Bath.
On their part, the beneficiaries from the Clearance Fitzroy Bryant College who received the computers conveyed that such donations would be an important resource for excelling in their education journeys.
The students further took it to extend their gratefulness to the government of St Kitts and Nevis, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Kevin Isaac, and Gurdip Dev Bath.
Meanwhile, the reports stated that the laptops would help the students achieve their goals easily while providing access to global opportunities through digital advancements.
Prior to the handing-over ceremony, the High Commissioner of the Twin-Island Federation, Kevin Isaac, had assured the students of the CFBC to donate computers during his visit to the institute last April.
It has been reported that the government of St Kitts and Nevis has been committed to introducing advancements in the education sector for its growth and development. It was said that the laptops would increase the global reach of the students while connecting them to the outer world with ease.
The students can also interact with their teachers and fellow students regarding important topics through digital mediums after the donations. The students can also complete their online assignments more efficiently and effectively through such digital advancements.