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SLT PEO TV launches ‘Videsa’ series of educational channels

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President Maithripala Sirisena officially launched ‘Videsa’, a series of educational TV channels, on PEO TV, Sri Lanka Telecom’s interactive entertainment television service. The official launch took place during a special ceremony held on 13 October at Gampaha Bandaranaike Vidyalaya.

“Videsa” comprises of 6 different channels, dedicated to each grade covering grades 6 to 11. These channels have been extended as Videsa 6, Videsa 7, Videsa 8, Videsa 9, Videsa 10 and Videsa 11. Videsa can be viewed from Channel Nos: 206 to 211 on SLT PEO TV.

The Dharmavahini Foundation, which has been committed to broadcasting cultural, religious, and educational material via the Internet and satellite, as well as the Ministry of Education, are to provide educational resources for ‘Videsa’.  Furthermore, all programs in Videsa are conducted by Government school teachers and aligned to the school curriculum. With this latest introduction, students are provided with increased opportunities to learn and expand their education, even after school hours, from the comfort of their homes. Videsa is the latest initiative taken by Sri Lanka Telecom to empower education in the evolving digital world.

Sri Lanka Telecom provides the opportunity for Sri Lankans to enjoy interactive television viewing for over 140 local & international channels.  

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