From Lawal Sa’ idu Funtua, Katsina
Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State has stressed that future development of any society depended largely on its ability to produce citizens that are computer literate.
Masari stated this while flagging-up education development resource system programme for teachers organized by Pleasant Library and Books Club in collaboration with Katsina State government.
The governor represented by the Secretary to the Government of the state, Alhaji Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa said the use of computer has reduced cost, time, and energy in running education in the state.
He therefore commended the Pleasant Library and Books Club for developing online resources and computer applications for effective teaching and learning by students and teachers across the state.
Masari further disclosed that despite the paucity of funds faced by the government it was trying its best to improve education sector in the state, stressing that government will continue to support initiatives that would promote e-learning.
In his remark, the President Pleasant Library and Books Club, Engineer Muttaqa Rabe Darman said their centre has developed online soft wares and applications that would assist teachers and government in controlling education and learning in the state.
He noted that the centre has been organizing training for teachers on the use of online resources in enriching their knowledge for effective teaching and learning across the state’ s schools.