COMPUTER LAB IN JESUS SCHOOL
Ever since, Charles Babbage, an English mechanical engineer and polymath, engineered the concept of a programmable computer, there has been a constant research going on in a feverish pitch . Considered the “father of the computer” he conceptualized and invented the first mechanical computer in the early 19th century. Named as the person to have designed the first general-purpose computing device, Charles Babbage’s revolutionary invention has led to a cataclysmal change in the way of our life and every walk of social and economic life. Starting with an analytical engine, the evolution of computer hardwares is astounding and overwhelming. The people who knew not how to read and write were called “illiterates” in the past. Today, the one who is ignorant of computer operations is called “ an illiterate.” Given this peculiar presumption, we at JSE realize that the computer is a necessity and its education a prime qualification for every school-going student and have made it an integral part of our regular school curriculum. Going alongside the technically-aware generation that revises its inventions each eighteen months’ spell, we vow to update and brainstorm the computing skills of our students. A finely furnished laboratory on the western corner of our building houses two dozen computers of contemporary standards and designs appended with 2G internet connection that provides internet link round the clock. Our computer faculty includes three top-notch techies who are graduates in computer engineering willing to dedicate their time for making our students cyber-wizards. So more so, every classroom has a too smart personal computer installed for uploading lesson contents. Our school has its web portal confined for academics. The students of the past, wrote homework on a slate with a pencil. Today, we upload homework and assignments on our website www. jesusschool.org. We invite you to log on to find out more about our school, more about what we do here at JSE.