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Edutor Technologies Launches Education Solution For Android Tablets

E-learning startup Edutor Technologies has introduced an Android based education solution called 'Augmented Classroom Solution (ACS)', which allows it to offer learning material like digitized textbooks, multimedia material, interactive concept maps and assessments complementing the school syllabus on Android-based Tablet PCs. A Study Engine also allows allows students to listen to the pre-loaded content. Teachers can monitor the learning progress of each student through a cloud solution and personalize the learning experience by securely publishing homework, notes or other learning material. Partnerships Edutor has tied up with Meridian School and Delhi Public School (DPS) for this initiative and claimed that 800 high school students (Class 8th- 10th) will be using ACS from this academic year. The company has also tied up with coaching institutes like Aakash Institute and PAGE Institute across the country and is currently in talks with several schools and institutes to offer its new education solution. StudentTab Edutor currently offers a custom-designed solution called 'Edutor Advantage StudentTab' which offers a range of Android based tablets pre-loaded with its Augmented Classroom Solution educational platform. However the company informed that ACS can be preloaded on most of the existing Android tablets. In March 2012, Edutor Technologies had raised Rs 2 crore from Hyderabad Angels, led by serial entrepreneur Sashi Reddi and had stated its intentions to use the funds raised to develop products and solutions in the learning and education space. The company develops and markets interactive learning platforms for K12 students on touch devices like Tablets PCs or iPad and had claimed to have partnerships with several International and…

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