Maxis Launches Free App for Year 4 To Form 5 Students

eKelas focuses on subjects of mathematics, English, and science.
(credit: Maxis)

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Maxis, the company most people know for their mobile and home broadband services, recently launched an app for their flagship community programme called eKelas.

The after school initiative now includes a free app for students with features for teachers and parents that offers bite-sized digestible learning content, interactive videos, exam notes, live tutorials, and more. 

Its contents are aimed at Year 4 to Form 5 students in rural communities and focus on Mathematics, English, and Science. 

There’s A Lot Of Content Ready To Go

Currently, the eKelas Portal has over 50,000 students from over 600 schools. 

The app has more than 3,000 curated educational content including live support and daily interactions guided by the community manager, Abang Portal.

Students can also take part in competitions recognised by the Malaysian Ministry of Education (MOE) like the HIP StoryFest and Misi Jelajah Digital to help them develop coding, critical thinking, and storytelling skills.

Not Only For Students

For teachers, the app could be used 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.

The app was officially launched by Communications and Multimedia Minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa. He was accompanied by Maxis Director Raja Tan Sri Arshad Raja Uda, and Maxis Chief Executive Officer, Gokhan Ogut.

Maxis eKelas is available to students, parents, and teachers in Malaysia. All you need to do is to register for the programme via the Maxis website. The eKelas App is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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