Learning at home made simple and fun with eKelas

When eKelas started four years ago as Maxis’ flagship community programme, the key to the programme’s success thus far has been its fun and interactive learning content. When the Government announced the Movement Control Order (MCO) starting 18 March 2020, we wanted to ensure that students could continue to learn from home. Which is why we supported students with continued digital learning through more than 10,000 videos, notes, and e-books available in our portal. Students are able to login from wherever they are to access this ready content in the eKelas portal at www.ekelas.com.my.

Recently, we introduced a new Community Manager in the portal called Abang Portal, to assist students during the MCO period with their learning, providing targeted topics in Mathematics, Science and English. Available from Monday to Friday from 9:00am until 4:00pm, Abang Portal is responsible for facilitating guided learning and as a point of reference during this time.

In addition to the online content available via the portal, eKelas also kick started 2020 with new features and offerings. The Live Tutorial sessions this year is designed to be more focused towards students who will be sitting for their UPSR, as well as assisting those in other levels with their mid-year and final year exams. These sessions will allow students to learn how to answer questions and tackle difficult topics in the examinations. Specially-curated content named #HebatDalamExam for students from Standard 6 until Form 5 are also enhanced for a better experience for students to prepare themselves.



Always Be Ahead in a changing world

Maxis makes commitment to enable customers to Always Be Ahead in a changing world

In a time of constant change across the world, driven especially by advancements in technology, Maxis today unveiled its new brand purpose: To bring together the best of technologies to help people, businesses and the nation to Always Be Ahead in a changing world. The new brand purpose was launched in conjunction with Maxis’ 25th anniversary and the upcoming Merdeka celebrations, to signify the intertwining of Maxis’ and Malaysia’s past, present and future journey together in this rapidly evolving digital age.

Natalia Navin, Chief Human Resource Officer, Maxis

Maxis launches three new scholarships in building future technology and innovation leaders

In its commitment to building tech-savvy and forward-thinking leaders, Maxis has launched three new scholarships to support the aspirations of bright and deserving young individuals. Candidates can apply for the Maxis Women in Tech Undergraduate 2020 Scholarship, Maxis Tech Undergraduate 2020 Scholarship and the Maxis Young Leaders Undergraduate 2020 Scholarship. Due to the overwhelming response received from applicants, the initial submission deadline of 31 August has now been extended to 14 September to allow more students to apply.


Maxis calls on organisations to rethink Digital Transformation Strategy through Retransformation

Maxis is calling on organisations in Malaysia to rethink and reevaluate their digital transformation strategies.