Samsung Bangladesh kick-started the second batch of training in its Junior Software Academy, after successful completion of the first batch of training.
The program is a CSR project run by Samsung Bangladesh with a vision to facilitate the students with IT knowledge so that their interest in IT and digital stuffs grows. This training is being provided fully free for the students at Samsung’s R&D Institute.
For this batch, Samsung collaborated with non profit organizations, EduCo and SOS. With the support of these two institutions, thirty underprivileged high school students from grade 6-10 participated in the second batch of Junior Software Academy.
The children will receive hands-on training on a wide range of topics such as Coding, Programming, Microsoft Office, android open source system including basic education for computer & Internet, and many more. They will also be given a briefing on the history of Samsung and its products.
Students will be given a platform to practice on how they can implement their knowledge by using basic coding tools to develop software. They will receive a certificate upon the completion of the course.