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What is SNICT?

SNICT – which stands for School Network of ICT Societies, is a website managed by Ananda College IT Society and designed, developed and maintained through a sponsorship offered by OpenArc Systems Management (Pvt) Ltd and OpenArc School of Business & Technology.
The primary objective of this website is to connect all the IT Societies of Schools island-wide and provide assistance to Teachers and Students to improve their IT knowledge and practice so that they develop their professional careers to match the global demands.

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