KUALA LUMPUR, April 18 (Bernama) — A complete of 87 college students who efficiently “explored the galaxy” in Misi Jelajah Digital, the primary nationwide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) competitors, organised by Maxis Berhad, acquired numerous prizes together with laptops, in addition to digital devices and merchandise.
In an announcement right now, Maxis Berhad stated the inaugural competitors, launched in September final 12 months, was for college students aged 10 to 17 (Year Four to Form Five) was held as a part of eKelas, Maxis’ flagship group outreach programme.
“It goals to create important pondering amongst college students and encourage them to be modern by way of coding, inventive and design pondering abilities, that are more and more changing into new commodities within the digital future.
The marketing campaign attracted virtually 5,000 new registrations to eKelas inside three months,” the assertion learn.
Maxis chief company affairs officer Mariam Bevi Batcha stated all eKelas winners and members had proven extraordinary creativity and innovation within the competitors.
“eKelas is driven by the spirit of education, and we (Maxis) intend to continue fostering innovation and helping students to broaden their thinking through vibrant and fun digital learning content. This competition is a great platform to fulfill this goal and we (Maxis) hope to have more such initiatives in the coming year,” she stated.
According to Maxis, all those that registered will obtain the Physical Activity, Sports and Co-Curriculum Assessment (PAJSK).
“Student participation beneath the 2 pillars of the problem – Earth Mission and Mars Mission, acquired constructive suggestions from the jury. By coding their very own impediment paths, spacecraft and human colonies on Mars, college students demonstrated expertise and creativity in design in addition to a robust understanding, by offering clear explanations of spacecraft elements and fundamental necessities for colonisation of Mars,” it stated.
The assertion stated Misi Jelajah Digital was organised in collaboration with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) #mydigitalmaker and Lenovo Technology Sdn Bhd (Lenovo Malaysia).
The competitors was permitted and supported by Education Resources and Technology Division (BSTP), Sports, Co-curriculum and Arts Division (BSKK), and the State Education Department beneath the Education Ministry, and performed in line with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) requirements.
During the competitors, the younger challengers additionally acquired complete help with studying modules, demonstrations and sharing classes with STEM specialists, together with Professor Datuk Seri Dr Mazlan Othman, Malaysia’s first astrophysicist and former director of the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs in addition to specialists from Maxis and Lenovo.
Arif Iskandar, a Form Four scholar from Sekolah Menengah Teknik Melaka, who can also be the grand prize winner stated probably the most enjoyable half concerning the problem was that it allowed him to create homes, townships and islands primarily based on the distinctive Malay tradition.
Hafiy Nufail Ok, a Form One scholar of Sultan Alam Shah School, Putrajaya stated the actions within the Misi Jelajah Digital enabled him to hone his abilities and develop into smarter to find options on-line.
Fikriah Qaisara Mohd Fatmie, a Year Six scholar of SK Putrajaya Precinct 18 (2), Putrajaya appreciated the competitors as a result of it offered a chance to make use of creativity freely.
Tinesh Gajendra Bahadur, a Form Four scholar of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bandar Baru UDA, Johor stated the competitors challenged members to assume exterior the field in making a means for people to reside sustainably on Mars and open the door to the world of programming.
EKelas arithmetic trainer Kamarul Rodzmier congratulated Maxis for launching the competitors and equipping college students with the important STEM capabilities to thrive within the digital age.
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