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DidikTV is set to help Malaysian kids who don’t have access to online education

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This story is brought to you by Malaysia’s Ministry of Education.

At 8am today, 17 February, 2021, DidikTV was officially launched by Malaysia’s prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin, as part of the Ministry of Education (MOE)’s initiative to diversify learning resources for students.

Set to air every day from 7am until 12am in Malaysia, the education-based channel will be broadcasting home-based teaching and learning content (PdPR) based on the curriculum and co-curriculum of MOE, as well as…

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Written by: Sukhbir Cheema

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