Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd donated three laptops to the top Secondary Entrance Assessment (S.E.A.) students for 2020 on Thursday.
Ameerah Beekhoo of San Fernando TML, Anjanna Dan of Trinidad Renaissance Preparatory, and Sushmita Ramsawak of Ghandi Memorial placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively in the exam.
Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd along with representatives from corporate Trinidad and Tobago applauded these students for their excellent performance despite the circumstances they faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier this year, the Ministry of Education announced that students will not physically attend school, but operate remotely to prepare for the S.E.A. examination. Students were faced with a different dimension of anxiety, as they had to adapt to self-learning and independent study.
Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd is proud of these students who were able to perform exceedingly well through the support of their parents, teachers, guardians and peers.
Managing Director of Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd Clive Fletcher said, “I am amazed that these students were able to champion through uncertainty and excelled.”
“Our company believes that with hard work, determination and an appetite for learning, opportunities will present themselves.”
He said the company was proud to support the students by donating the laptops to
support their education for higher learning.
Education Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly expressed gratitude to sponsors stating, “We would like to thank our corporate sponsors, including Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd for continuing to partner with us, not just for our top performers at S.E.A. but also through
our other programmes and initiatives”
Unicomer (Trinidad) Limited has also thanked the Ministry of Education for providing
a platform to provide to our students who have succeeded in the examination with tools that can propel their learning.