With funds provided by the Rotary Club of Scarborough, the Rotary Club "New Road City" purchased computers for Panchakanya Secondary School in Ramkot village.  This school of 200 students, had no computers and thus no computer classes.   However, they had room to conduct computer classes.  The students of this school will definitely benefit from our contribution of computers. 
After research on what type of computers would be good for the school, it was decided that the Thin Client System, which has been used by many Rotary clubs, would be best.   This system uses a server through which we can make multiple stations.   Rotary provided a system with a server and 8 stations with Power backup battery system to run the computers so that their computer classes don’t get affected due to load sharing.   
The Thin client system is good for the school in numerous ways:
  1. Less power consumption,
  2. Hassle free environment for the students,
  3. Central server control,
  4. Occupied less space,
  5. Low cost,
  6. Low trouble system (software).
Our District Web master, Rotarian Sailendra Joshi gave the club the idea of the Thin Client System.  Club members thanked him for this very good idea and he was also given the responsibility of arranging for the hardware and software installation.
On November 16th, a team of ten Rotarians led by President Nilkantha and Rotarian Ramila Shakya Shrestha ,visited the school with the computer hardware.  After a warm welcome and introduction with school management and teachers, everyone got to work and set up the computers.   The school principal said that he was very grateful to Rotary Club New Road City and is happy that his students can get computer classes.  These classes will be beneficial once students leave school to get jobs.   President Nilkantha mentioned to the school management that the teachers will be given training and the club members will be visiting quarterly to check how effectively the computer classes are running.