Negri Sembilan students encouraged to join free lessons


Chan (third from left) handing over a certificate to SMK Chan Wa II board of governors chairman Yap while Ng (on Yap's right) looks on.

STUDENTS sitting for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia exam should register for free online lessons offered by a publisher, says Rasah MCA secretary Ng Kian Nam.

He said the party, through its “Rasah Sayang, Learn Together” campaign, managed to get students from SMK Chan Wa II in Seremban to join the i-LEARN Ace programme by Sasbadi for their exam preparations.

“This is the first school in Negri Sembilan that has joined the programme.

“We hope more schools will register as it is free, ” he told reporters at the school.

Also present were school board of governors chairman Yap Kok Kiam and Sasbadi e-marketing director Crystal Chan.

Ng said students would be able to access notes for all compulsory and elective subjects in Form 4 and Form 5 as well as past year examination papers after registering via spmcsr.ilearnace.com

“This will benefit students whose studies were interrupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Students can also access i-LEARN Ace online using any smart device such as laptop, tablet or mobile phone, ” he said.

Ng said Rasah MCA decided to support the initiative as it had been searching for alternatives to help students who could not attend school as a result of the movement control order.

Chan said Sasbadi’s initiative, jointly carried out with Huawei and TM ONE, was part of its corporate social responsibility.

“We are the content and platform provider while Huawei is the technology enabler and TM ONE, the cloud service provider.

“We decided to offer the programme for free as the pandemic has affected students, especially those sitting for major examinations, ” she said, adding that the students would be given a password upon registering successfully.

Chan said students would be able to access the programme, launched on Dec 5, nationwide and it would be available until the end of the SPM exams.

Sasbadi, which has been in the publishing industry for the past 35 years, is known for its reference books. It started migrating to the digital platform a decade ago.

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