mVuli app launched
September 12, 2019 4:25 pm
[Image Source: The Fijian Government]
With digital devices and data becoming more affordable, Swami Vivekananda College today launched its mVuli app designed for students and teachers anywhere in Fiji.
The app provides hundreds of highly interactive digital lessons covering secondary school Mathematics, Physics, Biology, and Chemistry which is also available for offline access.
President of the Ramakrishna Mission Fiji Swami Tadananda says the mVuli app is aimed at providing high quality and holistic education for Fijians.
“Giving you the flexibility , to learn at your own pace so smarter ones will go faster and weaker ones will revise on these four subjects. Our vision is not only to give you good marks in science subjects but also to provide holistic education and make you a complete human being.”
Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum was impressed with the mVuli app stating that it is in line with the government’s vision of providing accessibility of education to Fijians.
“We have to be as individuals when you are at school be able to be lot more discerning, be able to have that inquisitive mind to question. Education is not simply about rope learning, getting an app is not simply about rope learning. Its about questioning, it’s about being discerning, it’s about being honest in respect of how you use that knowledge by yourself.”
The App costs around half a million dollars to develop and include the local secondary school curriculum.
The mVuli app is available for download on playstore, app store and windows store at an affordable price.