Vianet customers will get free MiDas eClass following the ISP’s partnership with Midas Education. The collaboration is aimed at benefiting students, especially those who are preparing for their SEE. The Iron Gate exams are beginning early in Baisakh next year.
The leading ISP Vianet has signed an agreement with the e-learning platform Midas Education. With this, the ISP’s customers will have a free subscription to MiDas online classes for one month.
MiDas eClass is the pioneer digital learning platform in Nepal. A part of Midas Group, the enterprise offers a government-certified curriculum from Nursery to class 10. Its online learning services are available on Android smartphones and Windows PCs.
Midas eclasses are driven by the ‘learning with a fun theme. That is why, the classes are fun, and engaging with interactive videos, games, and quizzes. In addition, Midas Education also provides live tutorial classes that unleash an environment conducive to teacher-student engagement. In sum, MiDas eClass is a ‘digital tutor’ for children.
Vianet and Midas collaboration for students preparing SEE
With the collaboration with Midas Education, Vianet expects that the free online class subscription will greatly benefit students prepping for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE).
Further, Vianet will provide a month of free trial on the MiDas e-Learning App up to Baisakh, 2079. The customers of the ISP can claim their free e-Learning app subscription by signing in to their Vianet Customer Web Portal. They can also use the Vianet Mobile App for it.
Vianet is Nepal’s leading ISP based in Kathmandu. It has over 1.62 lakh subscribers on its fiber broadband. The company has Ultra-Fi packages consisting of high-speed internet plans including the popular 175 Mbps plan. For moderate users, there is a Vianet Mini pack that is a good combination of both the cost and performance.
The partnership with Midas Education is another instance of Vianet signing up with renowned institutions in Nepal and beyond to bring the best digital services to its customers.