Sanko Enerji Group donated a specially designed robotics and coding lab to İmamoğlu Anatolian İmam Hatip High School’s Natural and Social Sciences Project School as part of a project initiated by Mehmet Aksu, District Governor of İmamoğlu, province of Adana.
Sanko Enerji Group did not only supply robotics and coding materials, computers and robotics devices to this new classroom, set to train students in robotics and coding, but also created an original architectural concept for the learning space.
Sanko Enerji Group donated a robotics and coding lab to İmamoğlu Anatolian İmam Hatip High School’s Natural and Social Sciences Project School as part of a project initiated by Mehmet Aksu, District Governor of İmamoğlu, province of Adana, with an aim to build robotics and coding labs in schools in the community.
Supplying the necessary equipment in the robotics and coding class, the Group also designed and built an original concept that will help students work in an inspiring setting.
Among the attendees present at the opening ceremony of the lab, designed and delivered for this school year, were İmamoğlu District Governor Mehmet Aksu, District Director of National Education Ömer Saldamlı, school teaching staff, Sanko Enerji Sanibey Dam Operations Manager Zafer Karakuzulu and operational staff.
The project comes as a surprise for students at the Natural and Social Sciences Project School as they begin a new school year.
Speaking at the opening event, District Governor Aksu said they had so far helped build robotics and coding labs in almost 30 schools as part of the project and thanked Sanko Enerji Group managers for their great efforts.
Sanko Enerji Group managers, in turn, testified to the pleasure they had in bringing together digitalisation and education, a project akin to the company’s own policy of digitalising all workflows so as to survive in the digital era.
The donation is the latest of a series of efforts made by Sanko Enerji Group, which donated a robotics and coding lab to a school in Salihli last year and another to a school in Mut this year.
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