IMBS Green Campus Kurunegala Branch Empowers Rural Schools with Computer Donations

In a heartwarming initiative that exemplifies the spirit of giving and empowerment, the students of IMBS Green Campus Kurunegala Branch recently conducted a Computer Donation Programme that extended a helping hand to underserved schools. Their unique approach involved the purchase of computer hardware through the sale of raffle tickets to the local community. What makes this project even more remarkable is that the students, as part of their curriculum, assembled the computers themselves, allowing them to gain a hands-on understanding of computer components.

Assembling computers may sound like a challenging task. Still, for the students at IMBS Green Campus Kurunegala Branch, it was both an educational experience and a chance to make a positive impact on the community. Their dedication to the cause was evident as they meticulously pieced together the various components of a computer, from motherboards and processors to hard drives and graphics cards.

Once the computers were assembled, they were ready to fulfil their true purpose – aiding education. On the 14th of August, a set of computers was donated to the Giriulla Prathiba Primary School in Giriulla, followed by another donation to the Udahenegama Maha Vidyalaya in Nikaweratiya on the 11th of August. These donations were made with the aim of equipping these schools with the necessary technology to enhance the learning experience for their students.

The students at these rural schools now have access to computers, opening up a world of educational resources and opportunities. Technology is an essential tool in today’s educational landscape, and these donations will undoubtedly make a significant difference in the lives of young learners, allowing them to explore the digital realm and acquire essential computer literacy skills.