Telkom customers receive superior e-learning service



JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – EDUCATION standards in South Africa are poised for a major improvement following the introduction of Telkom e-Education, a value-added e-learning service.

The service, the brainchild of Telkom, in partnership with Extramarks, is offered a no charge to existing and new mobile and fixed post-paid customers.

It is said to be the most structured and interactive offering of its kind currently in the marketplace.

It covers English, Life Science, Physical Science, Natural Science and Maths from Grade R to matric and is structured into multimedia-rich ‘Learn’, ‘Practice’ and ‘Test’ modules.

The Extramarks’ offering is aligned to the official school curriculum in South Africa, and offers live chat functionality for additional assistance. The learners also benefit from other services such as daily study schedule, group study, progress tracking and mentor-guided learning.

Tanay Kulshreshtha, South Africa Head of Extramarks, says local generation of learners have a natural flair for technology devices such as tablets.

“It is time we transform their digital instincts into providing anytime-anywhere access to quality education. Our collaboration with Telkom will help us achieve this objective,” says Kulshreshtha.
Attila Vitai, CEO of Telkom Retail, welcomes the inception of Telkom e-Education.

This collaboration shows that we are committed to providing quality products which are easy to use and give extra value to customers,” says Vitai.
– CAJ News

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