Vriti, an e-learning company, has partnered with Tata McGraw-Hill Education to launch free, online 'Smart Courses' for Engineering and Management on Android tablet devices. These courses will also be pre-bundled on the Micromax Funbook. Note that, the free pre-bundled courses will be summarized version of the courses and will be upgradable to the full ‘Smart Course’ offering through e-payments on the tablet. However, the company will also offer 100 free full courses available in the higher education segments of Engineering and Management. The first sets of courses are planned for release in early September. Smart Courses will bring educational content from Tata McGraw-Hill on the platform developed by Vriti. The courses will include e-books, assignments, videos, multimedia, detailed assessments & personalized tips wrapped in an intelligent lesson plan. Other developments from Vriti: Vriti had previously launched VLearnSmart, an education platform that brings authors, distributors and students together to find, create and sell courses. VLearnSmart allows students to access more than 500 smart courses ranging from Class 1 to Degree courses for CBSE, ICSE, Maharashtra State Board and West Bengal State Board. It also provides preparatory material for Medical, Engineering and MBA exams. **** EduKart.com, an online education portals, in association with Mahatma Gandhi University (MGU), Meghalaya, has launched an Online MBA course and other Post-Graduate and Under-Graduate degree and diploma courses. The online MBA program offers specialization in General Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Operations Management and Financial Management. The UG and PG programs include BBA, BCA, B.Sc. IT, MCA and M.Sc. IT. Under the course, students will get a degree from Mahatma Gandhi University recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC)…
Vriti Partners Tata McGraw-Hill To Offer MBA & Engineering Content; EduKart Launches Online MBA
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