BMPB champions equal opportunity for students to have access to quality education

Reinforcing its commitment to champion equal opportunity for students to have access to quality education, Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (BPMB) recently contributed computers – equipped with new hard disks and software licences to SMK Seri Titiwangsa. 

This contribution is part of BPMB’s School Adoption initiative under BPMB’s SEEDS (Supporting English Empowerment to Drive Sustainability), whereby SMK Seri Titiwangsa is the first school to benefit from the programme.

The handover presentation ceremony, which was held in Kuala Lumpur recently was attended by BPMB Group Head, Operations, Muhammad Azraini Abdul Hamid. 

Also present at the ceremony were Zamzuri Abdullah, Principal, SMK Seri Titiwangsa; Mohd Arif Mohd Ali, Senior Administrative and Curriculum Assistant, SMK Seri Titiwangsa; and Kamarul Nizar Ismail, Senior Assistant, Student Affairs, SMK Seri Titiwangsa. 

“The unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the significance of technology in helping students to continue with their learning. 

Thus, our efforts to provide students with the necessary tools and equipment for online learning are a testament to our on-going efforts to ensure that all students are given equal opportunity for continued access to quality education,” BPMB President/Group Chief Executive Officer Arshad Mohamed Ismail said.  

“We laud BPMB’s commitment to champion the English language amongst school children and we are grateful to have been given the opportunity by BPMB to be amongst the first schools to benefit from the SEEDS programme. 

The contribution of computers to our school is timely and much needed, especially when the need for online learning is ever more apparent given the current climate. We hope more organisations can echo BPMB and follow suit to continue to play an active role to help the future leaders of tomorrow to prosper today,” SMK Seri Titiwangsa Principal, Zamzuri Abdullah elaborated. 

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