Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd has donated eight additional laptops to the top SEA pupils for 2020.
The additional laptops were presented to the pupils last Friday by the company.
The presentation was held at the Ministry of Education.
Managing Director of Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd Clive Fletcher applauded the Ministry of Education for recognising not just the top three pupils overall in the SEA exam on October 8, but also recognising the top male performer, the top performers at special schools as well as five other students for most improved performance.
He said in a release: “Once I left the ministry last week Thursday evening, I made it my business to contact my team to find out what was possible to equally recognise these top achievers.”
He said it was admirable that the Ministry of Education ensured that all students were equally recognised for their efforts.
Fletcher said Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd wanted to ensure that they followed suit and as such, the subsequent presentation occurred to ensure that all students were equally treated to the same benefits as the top three performers.
“I was moved by the entire event last week Thursday, and thus this presentation was a must for myself and my team at Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd,” he said.
The eight laptops were presented to Vineet Ramsarran (Eniath’s Preparatory), Mattia Street (Cascade School for Deaf), Jordan Thorne (Audrey Jeffers School for Deaf), Shanira Beebakhee (St Helena Hindu), Adrianna Kerr (Morvant New Government), Elisea King (Cumaca RC), Princess Ramlal (Siparia Rd Press) and Jewel Vaughns (Fifth Company AC).
They were provided laptops to support their remote educational needs as they move on to higher education.