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Ustaz Ebit Lew Offering Free Samsung Tablets For Students In Need

Ustaz Ebit Lew Offering Free Samsung Tablets For Students In Need

These tablets aren’t low-spec either.

Akmal Hakim

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Continuing on his mission to help those in need, celebrity preacher and philanthropist Ustaz Ebit Lew offers free tablets to students who must study online during the pandemic.

Taking to social media, Ebit announced that he had purchased a total of 100 Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet.

Depending on the specifications and whether they have just WiFi or are also 4G LTE capable, these tablets can cost between RM600 to over RM1,000.

Running primarily on the Android-OS, the Galaxy Tab A is considered one of the many school-friendly tablet computers available on the market – equipped with quality resolution cameras and able to run popular remote learning tools like Google Classroom or the Education Ministry’s (MOE) “KPM eTextbook Reader”.

READ MORE: Students Can Now Get Free Digital School Textbooks For Online Learning Instead Of Buying New Textbooks

Depending on a student’s need, Samsung’s tablets can also easily be paired with a digital pen or stylus, or even be connected to a physical keyboard.

Just a call away

Hoping to spread his good cause, Ebit invites those who are in “real need” of the devices to proceed with Teaching and Learning at Home (PdPR) sessions, to get in touch with him directly at 0175870294.

READ MORE: Who Is This Ustaz Ebit Lew That The Agong Personally “Belanja” To Lunch?

Digital poverty

Schools across the country returned to session on 13 January. Both primary and secondary school students (Form one – Form four) have been ordered by the MOE to participate in PdPR sessions off-campus.

In 2020, a study by the MOE revealed that 37% or 1.7 million students in our public schools do not have access to electronic or digital devices to enable them to participate in online learning.

The pandemic has also highlighted major shortfalls in Malaysia’s telecommunication infrastructure as stories sprung up of children climbing trees and falling off bridges while in search of an internet connection to continue their education.

READ MORE: To Get Good Internet For Online Exams, This Sabah Student Spent 24 Hours In A Tree


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  • Someone suggested that we revert to TV1 or TV2 or New TV CHANNEL just for education only. All students can benefit from this. Only need few teachers to run one subject. N a tion wide, everyone learn the same stuff.

    Cheaper cost effective.

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