St. Mary’s College Kisubi has emerged the overall winner of the School ICT Club Competition at the 7th National Conference on Communications 2022 (NCC2022), which has been ongoing for two days from June 21 to June 22, 2022 in a blended approach both physically at Makerere University and virtually via zoom and YouTube.
The winning projects were School Eye by St Marys College Kisubi, TowerTVUg by Tororo Girls School, and #VimboScholar by St. Henry’s College, Kitovu.
NCC2022 has been organized by the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT), Makerere University, in collaboration with Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and partners.
Below is the YouTube Livestream:
Regional school ICT Club Competitions
Regional innovation competitions between school ICT clubs were organized as part of the preparations for the NCC 2022. The regional events were scheduled as follows:
● Western: 30 May 2022 at Hive Colab, 4th Floor – Amazon Building, Mbarara City. The competing schools were Ntare School, Mbarara High School, St. Joseph’s Vocational School, and Bubangizi Secondary School. Ntare School‘s project titled “Up Farm” emerged victorious.
● Central: 1 June 2022 at the CEDAT Conference Hall, Makerere University. The competing schools were Trinity College Nabbingo, Namilyango College, St. Mary’s College Kisubi, Kalinabiri SS, Kansanga Seed SS, and St. Henry’s College Kitovu. St. Mary’s College Kisubi‘s project titled “School Eye” emerged victorious.
● Northern: 6 June 2022 at Kolping Hotel, Masindi. The competing schools were Masindi SS, Arua SS, Dr. Obote College and St. Gracious SS, Lira. St. Gracious SS, Lira‘s project titled “Green Smart Farm” emerged victorious.
● Eastern: 8 June 2022 at Paradise on the Nile Hotel, Jinja. The competing schools were Kongunga High School, Busoga College Mwiri, Iganga SS and Tororo Girls School. Tororo Girls School‘s project titled “Tower TV” emerged victorious.
In the regional School ICT innovations competitions, four schools emerged as champions and would compete in the national competition. However, due to the strong potential of their concepts, two additional schools i.e. St. Henry’s College Kitovu and Iganga SS were selected to participate in the competition.
Download full detailed book of abstracts from the link below
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