Tablets are given for no cost to qualified students.

Applying for a free tablet computer under the "This is IT" project is encouraged for students from low-income families in the Puteri Wangsa constituency.

The program's creator, Puteri Wangsa assemblywoman Amira Aisya Abd Aziz, will also donate this month's pay to support the endeavour.

"I have a strong passion for education.

I don't feel comfortable taking this month's pay because I will be spending a month in the US to participate in the International Visitor Leadership Programme at the US embassy's invitation.

"After talking with my team, we decided to start a project to help and empower the less fortunate Puteri Wangsa students.

In the beginning, she said, "We will be giving precedence to students pursuing technical and vocational education and training because the programme is still new and the number of tablet devices is restricted.

Tablets are given for no cost to qualified students.

The free tablet programme is available to Malaysians between the ages of 16 and 19 whose parents are Puteri Wangsa voters and whose household income is less than RM3,000.

Before the deadline of February 22nd, Amira Aisya asked individuals who were interested to apply at

For additional information, call her service centre hotline at 014-914-1481.

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