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KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis has launched its eKelas mobile app, effectively enabling students, teachers and parents greater access to exciting digital content beyond the eKelas portal, with convenience and flexibility by learning on the go.
The app is available for download for free on both Apple Store and Google Play Store.
eKelas is a Maxis flagship community programme, an after-school initiative for Year Four to Form Five students in rural communities that provides access to quality education content through the eKelas portal.
In a statement, Maxis said the programme has seen an acceleration in growth with over 50,000 students now connecting through the eKelas portal, which includes students from over 600 schools.
The eKelas mobile app offers more than 3,000 curated bite-sized educational content focusing on three core subjects – Mathematics, English and Science.
This includes revision and learning videos, exam notes, reading materials and live tutorial sessions guided by experienced teachers and the app community manager, Abang Portal.
Students can also take part in competitions HIP StoryFest and Misi Jelajah Digital to help develop coding, critical thinking and storytelling skills.
The app also allows teachers to stay connected with their classroom and students, as well as the option to share learning content with other teachers.
Parents can also use the app to observe and stay up-to-date with their child’s eKelas activities.
Maxis eKelas is available to students, parents and teachers in Malaysia who can simply register for the programme for free via Maxis website.
The eKelas mobile app was officially launched by Communications and Multimedia Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa, who said: “Partnerships between the government and industries are key to the efforts of achieving the nation’s digital aspirations.”
Maxis CEO Gokhan Ogut said: “We are excited to scale a new milestone with our new eKelas mobile app, which could redefine learning outside of the classroom.”
“It is a big part of our commitment to bring the best of technologies to enable communities to ‘Always Be Ahead’ in a changing world,” he added.
He said Maxis applauds the government’s efforts in spurring the digital economy as well as providing added value and benefits to Keluarga Malaysia.