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HIBMAT launches admission in Buea and Douala campuses

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The higher Institite  of Business Managemnet and Technology HIBMAT has laucnhed admission into its Buea and Douala Campouses for the 2019/2020 academic year.

HIBMAT runs top tier professional HND and Btech programs across diferent and business and technology fields

For more information visit the university’s website: https://www.hibmat.org/

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Corona beer halts production as coronavirus infections continue to rise

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Modelo Group, the Mexican brewer of Corona, announced it was halting production and marketing of its beer, according to a statement released on the company’s Twitter page Friday.

The Mexican beer company said it was taking the steps to “comply with the measures adopted by the Federal Government” of Mexico.

They also expressed their “total commitment to be part of the fight against the SARS-Cov2 virus”, the statement reads.

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After Nigeria, Cameroon big boys begin to speak, Baba Danpulo splashes 100 million francs to fight coronavirus

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After Nigerian rainmakers splash billions to help their government fight coronavirus, Cameroonian
Billionaire and richest person in Central Africa according to Forbes, Baba Danpullo has donated 100 million FCFA to the state of Cameroon as support towards the fight against COVID – 19

His donation comes barely hours after government created a 1 billion solidarity fund to help fight the virus

Critics have said the money however won’t be enough given the rise of the virus, saying the government would rather spend 4 billions on wine at the Presidency and spend meager amount to keep Cameroonians safe.

Danpulo’s (Central African riches man according to Forbes) contributions comes a day after the lone English daily newspaper in the country the Guardian Post had taken the country’s billionaires to task, asking what are they doing to help government fight the virus.

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Coronavirus uncertainty: Leading tech firm A-2 Technologies develops unrivaled E-learning platform for schools

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A Buea-based tech firm better known as A2 Technologies has roll out its newly developed E-learning platform for University and high schools.

The customized software the programmers say rivals the best in the market and has been in use for months now as a means to continue learning during the Anglophone crisis

Already being used by one of the private universities around the country, and two universities abroad, the software provides a classroom experience to both learners and teachers like never before

Once deployed, Students are assigned Unique IDs and they are added to a digital classrooms

The digital classrooms will have all students and teachers including a possible supervisors where teaching will take place

In the digital classrooms, teachers can upload notes in PDF or documents format, upload audio and video but above all they can run life video sessions where students can follow the lecturers from their homes using smartphones and ask questions virtually

Squeezed on how the students will controlled, the lead Programmer tells TeboPost teachers have the possibility to take attendance once all students are in class since their individual accounts will indicate they are active once they sign in.

He also says students can ask questions through video session to the hearing and watchful eye of all students and teachers can use inbuilt white board to solve complex mathematics and students watch with their phones

The instructors can also mute recalcitrant student for a period of they are online and disturbing like playing music which affects others

It’s a digital breakthrough which gives complete classroom experience to schools and students and also gives possibility for students to be evaluated and their results given in real time to their respective accounts

One of the catholic Universities in the country is already using the system, the only in Cameroon for now and two Universities in Ghana.

IT experts and digital critics say the system doesn’t have a rival in the Cameroonians and sub regional market and provides full option teaching in the era of coronavirus and solves the massive problem of uncertainty surrounding schools

The digital classroom makes mockery of modules like zoom which offers only one of its multiple functionalities which is live video.

A-2 Technilohies says the duration of the system in school depends on availability of students data, the system can be deployed and running within 7 days even to an institution as complex as state university once students data is available such as names, matriculates and courses.

To reach out to A-2 Technologies for the system, please contact 670611090

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