Dr. Eric Nkansah, Director-General of Ghana Education Service (GES), has commended the Jackson Institute of Technology (JIT) for its contribution to Information Communication Technology (ICT) education in Kumasi.
He praised JIT's provision of cutting-edge ICT skills, aligning with the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education initiative by the Education Ministry through GES.
Speaking at JIT's fourth graduation in Kumasi, Dr. Nkansah emphasized the importance of equipping learners with digital literacy and adaptability to thrive in a technology-driven world.
Dr. Nkansah highlighted the government's efforts to reform the educational system, enabling learners to participate fully in the fourth industrial revolution.
He noted, “By embracing industry 4.0, we empower our students to be active creators and problem solvers rather than passive consumers.”
Mr. Daniel Jackson, Managing Director of JIT, emphasized the institute's commitment to providing practical and employable technological skills.
JIT aims to equip individuals with 21st-century digital skills to ensure resilient careers in the evolving digital landscape.
Mr. Jackson highlighted JIT's partnerships with organizations such as NIIT India Limited to deliver high-quality education and an industry-aligned curriculum, fostering a digital economy and innovation.