More than 23,000 book vouchers redeemed by students via Delima app, says Education Ministry

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 02 Jun 2024

PUTRAJAYA: More than 23,000 book vouchers have been redeemed by students and pupils using the Delima (Digital Educational Learning Initiative Malaysia) application to date, says the Education Ministry.

The ministry laid the valid period of redemption and use of book vouchers for pupils and students in educational institutions under it was from May 31 to Dec 31, 2024.


"Therefore, pupils and students need not to worry about not having enough time to redeem their respective book vouchers and use them to get the best reading materials," the ministry said in a statement here Sunday (June 2).

According to the ministry, the book voucher initiative for pupils and students in all institutions under the ministry announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has received a very encouraging response since it first opened on May 31.

It said the book voucher initiative can benefit all pupils and students in line with the government's desire to produce a knowledgeable, critical thinking and visionary generation.

On May 30, the prime minister announced giving RM50 and RM100 book vouchers to students including students in Year Four and above, secondary school students, students of higher education institutions and teacher education institutes. - Bernama

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