Casio committed itself towards educational facilitation through teacher trainings, student workshops and making various online and offline learning resources available
Consumer electronics manufacturer Casio has extended support to teachers and students through e-learning and teaching across Bangladesh.
Casio committed itself towards educational facilitation through teacher trainings, student workshops and making various online and offline learning resources available, according to a press release.
Through this large-scale program, Casio has extended assistance to JSC, SSC and HSC students of the country and is offering a range of customized offerings that making learning easy and accessible.
As the very first step Casio has provided free access to their educational software for mathematics learning and teaching until December later this year.
Additionally, in collaboration with BacBon Ltd, Casio started live mathematics classes to cover complete syllabus of SSC on their official our Facebook page @CasioCalculatorsBangladesh since June earlier.
They have also partnered with 10 Minutes School to offer 30 online classes of an hour each for students free of cost for JSC and HSC students on 10 Minutes School Facebook page.
More than two million students are accessing quality education to accelerate their learning through their website, app and social media.
Kulbhushan Seth, vice president, Saarc countries at Casio, said: "Our endeavour to provide educational support to students during these unprecedented times is to ease their academic sufferings and hindrances, allowing them to seamlessly continue their education virtually.”
Abdul Matin Sheikh Maheen, founder and managing director, BacBon Limited, said: “Though the online classes cannot compensate for schools, but these classes have facilitated students and transferred knowledge to great extent. We have tried to make live sessions engaging, where students can also come and ask their questions.”
Ayman Sadiq, CEO, 10 Minute School, said: “Digital learning resources is enabling students to pursue the life of their dreams and educate themselves for a brighter future.”