App to make curriculum-based learning simple
Mumbai: In an effort to make curriculum-based learning simpler, Bangalore-based Learnhive Education and leading PC maker Lenovo Wednesday jointly announced here the launch of a new application.
The technology-based learning app named `Personal Concept Tutor` will offer comprehensive Mathematics content for students of Grade 1 to 10 and English and Science content for students of Grade 1 to 6. It will be available at all the Lenovo platforms.
The app will give students the flexibility to learn concepts at their own pace using a wide variety of materials and resources suited for their individual needs.
The technology will now be available on multiple Lenovo devices such as desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. Lenovo customers will also get two months of free access to premium content at www.learnhive.com.
"This is an important milestone for our company, as Lenovo has agreed to partner with us, for this unique initiative. We see tremendous scope for growth through this collaboration, as Lenovo, which enjoys a leadership position in the country, is very popular among students, tutors and parents," said Shiv Shankar, founder and chief executive officer of Learnhive.
"This unique initiative will help the students in understanding the concepts and subjects in a simplified manner. Lenovo offers several apps to customers in order to make their lives simpler. This app is an important addition to the collection," said Amar Babu, managing director, Lenovo India.
Learnhive is a Bangalore-based company, providing technology-based learning solutions for students, parents, and tutors.
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