5th October, 2015, Noida: mElimu extended its sponsorship to the widely known e-Learning innovations conference held in Nairobi (September 28 – Oct. 2, 2015). An eLearning software solution, mElimu is a medium to enhance the accessibility and affordability of education in all distances.
12th October, 2015, Noida: mElimu is excited to share the news that it delivered yet another repeat order of Kenyatta University Digital School of Virtual and Open Learning. mElimu is engaged in offering eLearning software solution (laptops, tablets, smartphones) to emerging markets. Rajeev Gupta, CEO, mElimu, shared, “We are a technology driven organization that believes in uplifting education and its access. It is an achievement that Kenyatta University Digital School found our solution just a perfect fit for their education system. With mElimu, they have surely gone steps higher and overcome challenges of accessibility and creating personalized environment for their students. Our ‘Digital University-in-a-Box Platform’ aims to keep advancing in the same direction and bring more development in the solution.”
1st October, 2015, Noida: mElimu’s COO Tushar Vohra, attended the prestigious GES 2015 (held from 25 to 26 July 2015) at Nairobi, Kenya. mElimu-Digital University-in-a-Box platform meant to provide personalized learning environment to students through tablets, smartphones and laptops. Tushar Vohra, COO, mElimu, shared, “Our objective was to extend message on how technology is building up education. mElimu, a digital university-in-a-box-platform makes a student’s learning customized, easy and quick. We want to make education accessible in nook and corner. The solution helps you to curb the crisis of electricity, cost and other challenges.
8th June, 2015, Noida – mELimu participated in the Conference of Rectors, Vice-Chancellors and Presidents of African Universities (COREVIP) in Kigali, Rwanda held from June 2nd to 5th, 2015. Organized by Association of African Universities (AAU), it was an opportunity to explore various education development related concerns in Africa. The conference invited people from various institutions and held healthy debates on the theme “Internationalization of Higher Education in Africa”. The event involved presentations, sessions, and discussions on important concerns for the development of higher education in the continent. This was an opportunity for mElimu to get the right exposure and speak to chief executive officers of Association member institutions and other education leaders.
25th May, 2015, Noida – mElimu has taken an entire initiative of providing technological assistance to YALI (Young African Leaders Initiative Network) in Yali East Africa. A Digital University-in-a-Box software solution, mElimu aims to grow education by making it accessible, personalized and smarter. Rajeev Gupta, CEO, mElimu, says, “Nothing could have been nobler than getting associated with YALI, an initiative that young African men and women required. With an experienced team of ours, we have begun on a long term association wherein we are providing a fully integrated end-to-end learning platform.”
Higher education and research requires quick and easy access to large amount of information, which calls for an introduction of networked digital technology in this field. Use of ICT applications and e-learning can help universities provide access to information to its students. In a previous blog, we had discussed the challenges faced by universities in introducing ICT and e-learning in higher education in Kenya. Please read the blog here: Information and Communications Technology and E-learning in Higher Education