COVID19: 14,000 Students, Over 47 Tech courses Active On NITDA  Academy – Kashifu

COVID19: 14,000 Students, Over 47 Tech courses Active On NITDA  Academy – Kashifu

 

In the wake of Coronavirus pandemic and its socio-economic impact globally, over 14,000 active students are  learning from 47 different courses cut across emerging technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence and many more in NITDA Academy, a virtual learning launched by Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami last month.

Digital Economy: NITDA, NDA Meet To Explore Possible Ways Of Collaboration

Digital Economy: NITDA, NDA Meet To Explore Possible Ways Of Collaboration

 

The proactiveness of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration to come up with initiatives that are repositioning ICT to play a critical role in the diversification of the nation's economy would reduce the negative impacts the novel Coronavirus (COVID  19) would have had on the digital economy.

Post-Covid19: Nigeria Must Prioritize Digital Literacy, Embrace Tech Powered Education-Digital Literacy Advocacy Club

Post-Covid19: Nigeria Must Prioritize Digital Literacy, Embrace Tech Powered Education-Digital Literacy Advocacy Club

 

The Digital Literacy Advocacy club has urged the Nigerian government and stakeholders in the country to prioritize Digital literacy as a tool to enhance economic development after Covid-19.

PICTURES: CITAD Launches Online Radio

PICTURES: CITAD Launches Online Radio

 

Leading Information Technology and Development Non-Governmental organization

Over 14% Contribution of ICT To Nigeria's GDP is Unprecedented- Pantami

Over 14% Contribution of ICT To Nigeria's GDP is Unprecedented- Pantami

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, said the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has contributed unprecedented 14.07 per cent to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

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