Supporting this ecosystem, Telkomsel also strengthens its contribution in developing an inclusive and sustainable digital ecosystem in the education sector.
This effort was made by Telkomsel through collaboration with the Zenius education technology (edutech) platform . Both of them also held the Ilmupedia Dare to Answer competition which was completed until the second season.
Vice President for Prepaid Consumer Telkomsel Tuty Rahma Afriza said, Ilmupedia Dare to Answer is a quiz competition for high school students or equivalent held online.
This program has completed its second season. In season 2, the competition was attended by more than 19,000 students from 3,223 schools in 417 cities throughout Indonesia.
“The enthusiasm of the participants, which grew up to 10% compared to season 1, shows the high enthusiasm of students in Indonesia,” said Tuty.
Seeing the high enthusiasm for distance learning in the Ilmupedia Dare to Answer season 2 competition, in the future Telkomsel and Zenius will continue to collaborate to continue the competition in an effort to maintain the enthusiasm for learning of students in the midst of a pandemic.
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In addition, Tuty herself also saw the development of the edutech ecosystem which was increasingly crowded with new players. From here, Telkomsel sees enormous opportunities in this segment of the world of education.
“For season 3, we will package it in a more interesting way. We will also campaign for it to be even more viral so that it can reach all cities in Indonesia, “concluded Tuty.