30 colleges in Kerala sign up for TeleClassroom: Edyounet
Kochi: City-based tech company Edyounet on Thursday said 30 colleges across Kerala have signed up for its digital distance learning platform TeleClassroom that will help students gain access to job-oriented courses and training for competitive tests.
TeleClassroom, being rolled out in select engineering and regular colleges this academic year, is an internet-based learning platform that streams live lectures from studios set up for the purpose to special classrooms equipped with large LCD screens, computers and digital writing boards.
In addition to their regular studies, students in TeleClassroom networked colleges will be able to enrol for courses such as CA, CS and ICWAI; and prepare for various entrance tests and competitive examinations. Engineering students will be able to access coaching for GATE and other such tests, a company press release here said.
A number of education providers based in cities including Kochi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam are offering their courses through the new platform.
TeleClassroom is the brainchild of Edyounet founder and CEO Ram Mohan who said the concept evolved from the need to provide standardised, quality education for young people everywhere in cities as well as remote rural locations.
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