Jul 19 2007
|more articles from|
Over 1,000 children visit Qatar Telecom Traffic City
Qtel organised an exclusive timeout for a group of special needs and cancer ailing children who were thrilled to spend an evening with popular Baba Langa - Mohammad Lingawi - a popular children's entertainer on a daily televised show, at the Qtel Traffic City.
Over 1000 children visited the Qtel Traffic City over a span of six days since it was hosted on July 12, 2007.
The ongoing fun-fillled festival gained immense popularity both with children and families as it also focused on creating road safety awareness among the young.
The Festival will be on at the Qtel Traffic City at City Center from 4.30pm to 8 pm, until July 26, 2007.
The excitement was palpable among children as they were introduced to basic road awareness and traffic rules.
Learning about the traffic lights, importance of seatbelts while in a car, and winning prizes for the best artwork on traffic awareness.
The Fun and Safety Festival is marked with competitions and activities that provide children with a healthy outlet to channel their energies during the summer school holidays.
Qtel Traffic City sponsored gifts and presents that were given to children for their active participation in various programmes.
Qtel Internet City is an exciting and highly successful community education initiative that introduces Qatar's children to the online world.
Children at Qtel Traffic City are introduced to the computer and telecoms world through three sections - Computer, Internet and Telecommunication.
The Computer section teaches children how to use the computer, includes typing course, teaches microsoft office, computer maintenance and even how to build a computer.
Children are taught the use of Internet through the Internet section where they learn its history, how it works, the cables that provide speed to the Internet, and most importantly, its use through email and web search, along with a web designing course. As well as learning a short history of telecom and learning how a telephone exchange works.
© Copyright Zawya. All Rights Reserved.
- College student snares record long Burmese python near Miami
- What's in a name? U.S. starts using Myanmar as well as Burma
- Marijuana waste helps turn pot-eating pigs into tasty pork roast
- Man climbs onto dome of St Peter's to protest Italian politics
- Prague metro plans to launch love train for singles
- There's More