Students of Aduvie International School, Jahi, Abuja have emerged champions in various categories of the recently held Annual Microsoft Office Specialist Competition, Computer Fundamentals and Adobe Certification which was concluded recently.
More than 500 students from 42 schools in the 36 states of Nigeria competed in the 10th edition of the competition, which makes it a record-breaking achievement for Aduvie, where out of the seven students that will be representing Nigeria at the World championship in Orlando Florida, four (4) of Aduvie students will be representing Team Nigeria in the 2018 edition of the competition.
Aduvie International School is also the Winner of both the Best School Category and the Best ICT teacher category in this year’s competition. Consequently, Timothy Osaigbovo, one of its ICT teacher ’s will accompany the team to the world championship.
In Adobe certified Associate 2018, Nemieboka Alfred emerged the winner and won an all-expenses-paid trip to the MOS World Championship in Orlando Florida as well as a cash prize of N50,000, while Ebelo Tare was 1st runner-up with a cash prize of N30,000 and Rufai Hanifa 2nd runner-up and she received N20,000.
Furthermore, in the 2018 Computing Fundamentals GS4 National category, Chidiebere Jeffery came tops with a laptop computer as a prize while Lott Tomvie was the first runner-up with a laptop computer. In the MOS National Competiton Powerpoint 2013 Usman Abdullah came tops and won an all-expenses-paid trip to the MOS World Championship in Orlando Florida as well as a cash prize of N50,000, while Cue Eze Zeluilo was 1st runner-up with a prize of N30,000 and Azaiki Sinikem with a cash prize of N20,000.
In PowerPoint 2013, Cue Eze Zaluchukwuoku was tops and won an all-expenses-paid trip to the MOS World Championship in Orlando Florida as well as a cash prize of N50,000.
Also in Word 2013, Samantha Isichei emerged the winner and won, while Cue Eze Zaluchukwuoku was 1st runner-up and also won an all-expenses-paid trip to the MOS World Championship in Orlando Florida as well as a cash prize of N50,000.
Speaking on the success recorded, Osaigbovo said training and getting his students certified in MOS has been an inspiring and profitable experience for him and the students.
He said “I am proud to equip them with the necessary skills that they can use to be successful in the future. My students were part of the Team Nigeria to the 2015 and 2016 Microsoft Office World Championship held in Dallas, Texas, and Orlando, Florida. I was also privileged to serve as a chaperone at both events.
“70 percent of the students at Aduvie International School have at least one or more MOS certification. Yearly, MOS certification is part of my professional development training for teachers. I am proud to say 50 percent of our teachers have one or more MOS certifications. I would highly recommend MOS certifications because they are the way to go for anyone that wants to prove their knowledge to employers and increase office productivity” he added.
Frontpage December 15, 2017