Multimedia Classroom

LEARNING MADE EASY

For decades, Government schools have been predominantly following the traditional blackboard-chalk-lecture method.


The Multimedia Classroom (MMC) initiative was amongst the first milestones towards a digital Bangladesh, inspiring the initial steps of EdTech in the country. Launched in 2012, the MMC paved the way for integrating multimedia learning aids in the classroom, introducing innovative and advanced teaching pedagogies nationwide. The initiative started its journey with just over a thousand schools during its pilot period and currently, more than 45,000 schools are using MMCs.


MMCs encompass one projector, one laptop, a set of speakers, and an internet data package. The main objective of the MMC initiative is to ensure making learning more interesting and  up-to-date, using audio-visual content.

LEARNING MADE EASY

For decades, Government schools have been predominantly following the traditional blackboard-chalk-lecture method.


The Multimedia Classroom (MMC) initiative was amongst the first milestones towards a digital Bangladesh, inspiring the initial steps of EdTech in the country. Launched in 2012, the MMC paved the way for integrating multimedia learning aids in the classroom, introducing innovative and advanced teaching pedagogies nationwide. The initiative started its journey with just over a thousand schools during its pilot period and currently, more than 45,000 schools are using MMCs.


MMCs encompass one projector, one laptop, a set of speakers, and an internet data package. The main objective of the MMC initiative is to ensure making learning more interesting and  up-to-date, using audio-visual content.

LEARNING MADE EASY

For decades, Government schools have been predominantly following the traditional blackboard-chalk-lecture method.


The Multimedia Classroom (MMC) initiative was amongst the first milestones towards a digital Bangladesh, inspiring the initial steps of EdTech in the country. Launched in 2012, the MMC paved the way for integrating multimedia learning aids in the classroom, introducing innovative and advanced teaching pedagogies nationwide. The initiative started its journey with just over a thousand schools during its pilot period and currently, more than 45,000 schools are using MMCs.


MMCs encompass one projector, one laptop, a set of speakers, and an internet data package. The main objective of the MMC initiative is to ensure making learning more interesting and  up-to-date, using audio-visual content.

LEARNING MADE EASY

For decades, Government schools have been predominantly following the traditional blackboard-chalk-lecture method.


The Multimedia Classroom (MMC) initiative was amongst the first milestones towards a digital Bangladesh, inspiring the initial steps of EdTech in the country. Launched in 2012, the MMC paved the way for integrating multimedia learning aids in the classroom, introducing innovative and advanced teaching pedagogies nationwide. The initiative started its journey with just over a thousand schools during its pilot period and currently, more than 45,000 schools are using MMCs.


MMCs encompass one projector, one laptop, a set of speakers, and an internet data package. The main objective of the MMC initiative is to ensure making learning more interesting and  up-to-date, using audio-visual content.

LEARNING MADE EASY

For decades, Government schools have been predominantly following the traditional blackboard-chalk-lecture method.


The Multimedia Classroom (MMC) initiative was amongst the first milestones towards a digital Bangladesh, inspiring the initial steps of EdTech in the country. Launched in 2012, the MMC paved the way for integrating multimedia learning aids in the classroom, introducing innovative and advanced teaching pedagogies nationwide. The initiative started its journey with just over a thousand schools during its pilot period and currently, more than 45,000 schools are using MMCs.


MMCs encompass one projector, one laptop, a set of speakers, and an internet data package. The main objective of the MMC initiative is to ensure making learning more interesting and  up-to-date, using audio-visual content.

110,000+

Schools have Multimedia Classrooms

30 million+

Students

50,000+

More MMC's are on the Pipeline