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Airtel Partners With Hungama To Launch CAT Crash Course

Bharti Airtel has partnered with Hungama Mobile to launch ‘CAT Fastrack’ pack – a 30 day crash course for CAT aspirants for subscribers on their network.
The CAT exam 2012-13 will be conducted from October 11, 2012 to November 6, 2012.
The course is designed by Arun Sharma, a well known author who has written a book for CAT aspirants ‘How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude’.

How to access: Airtel users can visit m.crackcat.in on their mobile handsets to subscribe to the pack. Users can select from a daily pack at Rs.10/day or a 30 day pack available for Rs. 199. Students can also have a voice chat with Arun Sharma on specific doubts and concerns at an additional cost. The option of voice chat through IVR once in a week, is powered by Applied Mobile Labs (formerly Voicetap) on 532222.

Once a user subscribes to the pack, s/he can access the course content on m.crackcat.in on Airtel Live from their mobile phones. The pack includes — three video tutorials daily, six practice questions, one SMS/day on tips for CAT preparation, one SMS/day on verbal section, four mini CATS, and two full length mock tests.

Other services: In August 2012, 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, launched an online service, TheDigiLibrary.com. The service offers 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.

Research in Motion (BlackBerry) in association with mobile service provider Vodafone had launched an application, Study Buddy, for B-School aspirants with test prep institution IMS. The Study Buddy app offers mock tests for MBA entrance exams like CAT and CMAT.

Vriti, an e-learning company, had partnered with Tata McGraw-Hill Education to launch free, online ‘Smart Courses’ for Engineering and Management on Android tablet devices. Minglebox also provides Android apps for CAT/MAT/XAT and AIEEE entrance exams.

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