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HIIT PARTNERS WITH PSIN – OFFERS SCHOLARSHIP WORTH 5 MILLION NAIRA

The Public Service Institute of Nigeria (PSIN) is collaborating with HIIT PLC to expand its ICT scope to meet the present day ICT needs in the Public Service.

PSIN is a Management Development Institute (MDI) with a mandate to provide competency-based and demand driven training to Public Servants, using information and cutting-edge technology services in order to enhance their professional, technical, managerial and leadership capabilities.

In line with the transformation process of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation as contained in the Federal Civil Service Strategy and Implementation Plan (FCSSIP), the Administrator/CEO of PSIN, Dr. Abdul-Ganiyu Obatoyinbo is repositioning the Institute to key into the transformation process and play a leading role in the achievement of the Strategic Plan of the Head of Service.

In acknowledgement of the pivotal role Information Technology has to play in driving the present day economy which is reflected in the introduction of process for Ease of Doing Business, e-Government, Cashless Economy, Paperless System Of Government etc., Dr. Obatoyinbo establishing collaborative partnerships with relevant organisations to promote organisational excellence and long-life learning in the Public Service.

HIIT PLC, an Information Technology Company that offers IT Training/Education, IT Solution Development and Services, Publishing, IT Outsourcing and e-Learning Solution Development & Implementation is partnering with the Public Service Institute of Nigeria (PSIN) to provide defined ICT services.

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, HIIT PLC is offering Free Tuition And Training in Digital Literacy Course worth Five Million (N5,000,000) Naira to children and wards of PSIN staff.  The scholarship covers 160 participants.

By this gesture, HIIT is ‘catching them young’ and helping to build the capacity of participants in Information Technology to enable them have a solid base to launch them into the technology driven age.  With a foundation like this, the new generation will smoothly key into the e-government policy of the Federal Government.

Ekaete Umo

Head (Press and Public Relations Unit)

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