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SOLS 24/7 Foundation, states that there are some 5.2 million students in the country’s national schools.
Its founder and chief executive officer Raj Ridvan Singh said of this number, at least 3.6 million students require digital devices for their education. The numbers were derived from a research the foundation carried out, he said.

The pandemic has only made the digital gap among students and schools more obvious. We learn what one NGO; SOLS 24/7 is doing to help address it from founder Raj Ridvan Singh.
Green Tech: The rise of environment-friendly technologies – “Solar power is not new. What has happened is that installing solar power systems is now extremely affordable and readily available, so much so that even homeowners can generate electricity from their roofs,” says Raj Ridvan Singh, founder and CEO of SOLS Energy, a solar power system installation company.
Free lessons for the needy – “I booked my first class, an English class that was happening the very next day, and was excited to be taught by an international teacher. I ended up joining more classes to enhance my knowledge, ” he told StarEdu.
Special report on Poverty/The Role of Foundations: A historic chance to prosper common folk – A ACCESS to technology is the golden key to unlock the future for poor students in government schools, says a young changemaker who is leading a movement to transform their lives.

SOLS 24/7: We can train teachers nationwide in digital skills & English in 6 to 12 months – “We need to start preparing our teachers immediately,” urges Raj Ridvan Singh, the dynamic founder and chief executive officer of SOLS 24/7 Education.

Social Enterprise: Building a path to conscious capitalism – Science of Life Studies 24/7, or SOLS 24/7, is known for its education outreach programmes. But now, it is making waves in renewable energy.
BookXcess pledges 13,000 books to the underprivileged to celebrate its 13th Anniversary – The 13,000 books will be equally donated to Red Readerhood’s collaborating NGOs, which include SOLS 24/7 — an award-winning humanitarian organisation established by its Malaysian founder Raj Ridvan Singh.

Dealing with the science of life – A month long trip to Cambodia was the deciding factor that led Raj Ridvan Singh, 30, to pursue the path of humanity and social work when he was just a teen.

Reshaping The Learning Experience Podcast – Get to know two dynamic social entrepreneurs who are passionate about education and technology. This week, we talk about how technology is reshaping our classroom experience and changing the way we think about learning.

 

The GOOD FIGHT – It’s not the easiest of jobs in the world, but these men who champion social enterprises, activism, and human rights tell us why they keep doing what they do.

Malaysia’s Workforce Losing Ground As Regional Rivals Catch Up – Could one non-profit school’s approach, including basic English in six months, help a lost generation of students attain ‘workplace readiness’?

Fighting for the Forgotten – A local NGO is paving the way forward for non-profits with an innovative, new program for underserved communities.

RM4 million to teach English to the poor – Calling Raj Ridvan Singh who leads SOLS 24/7 onstage as he spoke about its activities in his speech at the Berjaya Founders Day celebration on Saturday, he lauded Raj and his father, Madenjit Singh, and volunteers who included foreigners. 

Social enterprise SOLS Tech is a boon to under-served communities – Social enterprise SOLS Tech is a boon to under-served communities.

Bernama WebTV – The Nation: A Couple and a Ray of Hope – Get to know two dynamic social entrepreneurs who are passionate about education and technology. This week, we talk about how technology is reshaping our classroom experience and changing the way we think about learning.

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