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 an online service, TheDigiLibrary.com, which offers free education content including video lectures, animation, notes, and other interactive content, in addition to premium services like 24X7 teaching assistance and home delivery of content on tablets and memory cards. The company says it has invested about $1 million in the venture. The service would offer content for entrance exam coaching for IIT JEE, AIPMT, CAT, Civil Services courseware, CBSE 11th Medical and non medical sections, CBSE 12th Medical and Non Medical, ICSE 10th Science and Maths, and English Speaking. iProf intends to add more course modules including vocational courses. The course content is available in English and Hindi languages, but iProf intends to also make it available in South Indian languages by the end of this financial year. The company has hired 100 call center executives to offer telephonic assistance to students. The service offers close to 6,000 videos, and aims to expand it to 25,000 videos by the end of March 2013. While videos are offered free of charge, teaching assistance through call centres and video conferencing, and physical delivery of course videos via SD cards would be offered under different price plans. The company is using IBM's WebSphere solution for content delivery and management. Tablets: iProf also offers an app for Android tablets that allows users to stream video content. The company will also offer bundled plans…
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