"This aid is in conjunction with the participation of state-owned companies in helping the nation and in observance of the 70th anniversary of Indonesia`s independence," Organizing Committee Chairman, Budi Tjahyono, said on Monday.
According to him, the aid comprises of computers, printers, scanners and support facilities.
Tjahyono further said that state-owned companies would continue providing such donations in the future to help improve the quality of education in the region.
In addition, a number of state-owned firms in West Java have also donated computers to 38 vocational schools (SMKs), as part of their efforts to help schools in the region.
"Computers and practice laboratories have been provided to vocational schools," the Deputy Chairman of the state-owned firms` donation organizing committee, Agus Prabowo, said in Bandung on Saturday.
Among the vocational schools that were scheduled to receive computers are SMK Bina Bhakti, SMK Nusantara, SMK Endang Dharma, SMK Bina Wisata Lembang, SMK KP Margahayu, SMK At-Tasrif, SMK Suryalaya, SMK Asyuhada Garut, SMK Bhakti Kencana Ciamis, SMK Putra Pangandaran, SMK I Cibatu I Purwakarta, SMK Muhamadiyah Sumedang, SMK Radhita Subang, SMK Proklamasi Karawang, SMK Al-Muhajirin Bekasi, and SMK Galileo Bogor. (WDY)