Polytechnic aims to expand use of e-cash

Dullah (centre) presents a hamper to a student as Frisca looks on.

MUKAH: Politeknik Mukah (PMU) hopes to extend the use of Boost e-cash in more sectors towards a cashless society in future.

Its director Dullah Muluk said so far, only the cooperative is using the e-cash since it was introduced here last year.

“We try to use the application to cover more sectors in future,” he said in his opening speech at the Boost e-cash programme at PMU here on Monday night.

Dullah added that he wants to see the application extended to eatery, canteen and other sectors in the campus in future.

Dullah (centre) presents a hamper to a student as Frisca looks on.

He advised the students to take the opportunity to access the Boost e-cash application and claim the RM30 provided by the government.

Voluntary individual performances by the students and quizzes were also held at the programme.

Boost Sarawak Regional manager Frisca Freddy conducted the programme which received an overwhelming response from the students.

PMU deputy director (Support) Iskandar Redzuan, Boost Kuching Territory manager Diana Abas and Sibu Territory manager Alex Chua also attended the event.