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Dialog Home Broadband spearheads accessible e-learning with Guru.lk via Guru School Buddy


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Dialog Home Broadband from Dialog Broadband Networks Ltd., a fully-owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, announced the facilitation of free e-learning services, in collaboration with Guru.lk, exclusively for Dialog Home Broadband users.

E-learning platform Guru.lk is the largest e-learning ecosystem in Sri Lanka, containing educational content for students of Grades 1 to 13 for all main subjects, including local and Cambridge syllabuses. Additionally, the platform provides all subject materials covering full syllabuses, interactive activities, adoptive questions, timed examinations and discussion forum facilities, along with personalised lessons as per the student’s individual requirements. Guru.lk also allows teachers to assign activities and monitor students remotely – ideal for distance learning. 

Guru School Buddy will give all Home Broadband customers access to e-learning content covering the local school syllabus, worth Rs. 30,000, for absolutely free, till 30 April. To avail this exclusive offer, customers are required to visit www.Guru.lk via their Dialog Home Broadband connection. 

The offer aims to promote technology-based education while providing educational content to students that is both accessible and affordable and is available for all standard Dialog Home Broadband package subscribers (existing and new).


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