After nine long months of interruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all the schools in Male’ have resumed studies under the special protocol rolled out by the Ministry of Education.
Under this special protocol, sessions are conducted on a hybrid model where each session is limited to a maximum of 5 teaching hours, and the remaining studies are done online. Hence, the need for remote education is still vital for teachers and students.
With the resuming of a new term this year, the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Communication, Science and Technology has taken the initiative to facilitate digital assistance during the first quarter for all students and teachers.
Dhiraagu has taken the lead in joining this Government initiative and supporting remote education by providing free data allowances to the list of teachers and students provided by the Ministry of Education. This extra support will enable them access to educational resources, virtual classrooms and eLearning content.
Dhiraagu strongly believes that education is a vital part of community development hence, they have been supporting the education sector during the past year even with the unprecedented halt brought by the pandemic. Dhiraagu extended support under several initiatives to facilitate remote working and enhance the remote learning experience by awarding free data and discounts to customers.
As circumstances surrounding COVID-19 are changing daily, Dhiraagu remains committed to supporting the community through digital services.