NON-GOVERNMENTAL organisation (NGO), Academic Excellence Initiative (AEI), has organised online classes for over 1,000 pupils.
Tagged, National Online Telegram Clinic, the organisation said no fewer than 1,000 pupils participated. AEI Project Coordinator Prince Adesegun Ogungbayi said the online clinic has been on since April 13.
He said it was launched by the Executive Director of the organisation, Faheed Olajide, to aid pupils nationwide to prepare for the exams despite the COVID-19 pandemic that has locked down all schools.
Ogungbayi said: “The AEI Online Clinic has widened the candidates’ horizon within the first three weeks with tutoring of all the major topics and has reduced the envisaged failure. The clinic has a General Department which takes care of Mathematics and English Language.
They equally have Science Department that comprises of Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Further Mathematics and Technical Drawing and Geography. In place is also Commercial and Art Departments, which comprises Economics, Accounts, Commerce, English Literature and Government.
According to him, the second and third sessions of the Online Clinic were held on the telegram comprising Pre- West African Examination Council (WAEC) Examination, Problem sharing session and Guidance and Counselling.
During the guidance and counselling session, the pupils were urged to shun the attractive online friends for the academic opportunity that AEI has brought to their households.
After the fourth session, Ogungbayi said 105 candidates made distinctions in five compulsory subjects.