Ayman Sadiq’s online platform ‘10 Minute School’ today won a prestigious award on e-Learning category after attending a competition organised by Asia Pacific ICT Alliance- APICTA.
Sadiq received the award from finance minister AMA Muhith at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre.
About 47 Bangladeshi companies showcased their products and innovations at the award ceremony along with 366 foreign participants.
“Receiving awards like APICTA is always exciting and as it is the first award for the country, I am quite happy to receive it,” said Sadiq, chief executive officer and founder of the 10 Minute School.
Zunaid Ahmed Palak who was also present in the event said in order to meet with Bangladesh’s IT export earnings target, event like this is very important.
Currently Sadiq’s online platform has about 3,452 video tutorials and some 1.50 lakh students are taking support from this platform, said Sadiq.
Apart from Bangladesh, many other countries like Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Chain, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, Chinese Taipei, Singapore and Pakistan also took part in this competition and won in many categories respectively.
Sadiq’s online platform offers its student with different video tutorials, live class and quizzes.
So far, 10 Minute School is running on different platforms and the founder is planning to launch a mobile application in January to expand their service.