The Director-General of Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence, Dorothy Gordon, on Wednesday summoned the Ghana Education Service to introduce a subject in secondary schools that would assist students to solve their problems. She emphasised upon the students to consider learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) seriously to enhance academic work. While addressing press Gordon mentioned about Ghana's participation in this year's World Computer Programming Contest, 'International Olympiad in Informatics', scheduled for August 14 in Canada, in Accra on Wednesday. The Center has initiated the programme in order to encourage ICT learning of ICT amongst the youth and enable them to effectively contribute to development. Three hundred and twenty-three persons from 82 countries would take part in this year's contest.