E-Learning company iProf Learning Solutions, which offers a personal education tablet device and runs a chain of Wi-Fi-enabled e-learning centers across India, has launched a new education solution for tablets, XtraClass, which combines school curriculum along with test prep content for Engineering and Medical exams. The company states that this solution will offer interactive study material for classes 9-12 and competitive exams like Common Entrance Exam (CEE) which will be the entrance exam for both IITs and NITs from 2013, All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) and Chartered Accountant Common Proficiency Test (CA-CPT) along with a 24x7 faculty interaction service, iProf Live, which allows students to contact professors of their choice either through the Internet or through a toll-free phone number to get their doubts solved. Content: The study material will comprise of video lectures, concept nuggets with 2D & 3D animations, digital notes library and a question bank. iProf claims to have more than 300+ hours of content including audio and video lectures, digitized notes and practice tests. Students can use any of the three tablets offered by iProf including AI, Galaxy GT P1010 and HCL AM7, to access this content. iProf added that it will also enable schools having wi-fi routers to access iProf services over a secure connection, thereby allowing students to access any content additions and upgrades on a real time basis. The company has partnered with IT companies like IBM, Wipro and Sify to implement an end to end solution for content management and delivery. Tie-ups:…
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