KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 (Bernama) -- uniCLIQ Sdn Bhd, an E-learning service
provider, is optimist that its newly launched e-learning portal will be well
received by the market, especially among students and parents.
Its chief executive officer Apandi Dollah said the company is aiming for at
least 50,000 subscribers in the next 12 months.
"Naturally, we are targeting the parents, as they are the ones who decide on
their children''s education and the service is available at a very competitive
pricing package," he said in a statement here today.
He said the company had made the product highly affordable, particularly for
the rural community.
"Online modules for primary and secondary students are available from as low
as RM20 per subject per month," he added.
However, Apandi also expressed the hope that the uniCLIQ portal would be
able to play a meaningful role in the Rural Education Transformation Plan, as
recently announced by the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who is
also the Education Minister.
He explained that the uniCLIQ portal is different from the other e-learning
products in the market in that, the focus is on learning for the sake of
knowledge rather than for scoring in exams.
"We have been in the education business for 13 years and our proven track
record speaks volumes of our products and service quality," Apandi said.
uniCLIQ, a pioneer in the provision e-learning service and contents, was
formerly known as Telekom Smart School Sdn Bhd and used to be part of the TM
Group until taken private by Apandi in August 2011.
The uniCLIQ portal, accessible at www.uniCLIQ.com, is a virtual learning
product that seeks to complement conventional learning in schools.