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Wednesday, 01 July 2020 | PNS

BYJU’S aims at redefining tuitions

The BYJU’S has announced the launch of a comprehensive online tutoring programme that aims at redefining tuitions for school students. With this, students now have access to scheduled online classes from India’s best teachers, instant doubt resolution and one-on-one guidance from dedicated mentors, all from the comfort and safety of their homes. In a first-of-its-kind offering, the aim is to provide students all the benefits of personalised after-school tuition classes at their fingertips.

The students can choose from weekday and weekend batches and attend scheduled online Math and Science classes as per their school curriculum.Thestudents will be assigned a dedicated mentor who will offer one-on-one attention, comprehensive progress reports and also suggest personalised classes to work on topics that they need to focus on.  The regular subjective and objective tests will help evaluate a student’s performance too.

The are available for students from Classes IV to XII as well as for those preparing for JEE and NEET. The app can be downloaded from from Google Playstore or App store.

Central Digital Learning partnership

The Central Books, an online bookstore and complete education portal announced their strategic partnership with EduBrisk, the industry-leading Edtech Digital Platform for K-12 Segment.

The portal has a vast experience in serving schools in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and this partnership will help empower these schools & school teachers to easily provide online learning to their students during the ongoing pandemic and thereafter. The partnership aims to touch the lives of 1 million students this academic year in this region.

Sudhir Mungala, CEO, Central Digital Learning, said: “I am a firm believer and executor of Blue Ocean strategy with technical integration. We are confident that this partnership is a partnership made in heaven with the young energy of EduBrisk and the legacy of Central Books Group makes us equipped to not just address the need of all the stakeholders but to enable students to continue their learning.”

virtual conference pledges to combat threat

The MIT World Peace University conducted a four-day virtual international conference on eradication of biological and chemical weapons. The conference saw active participation from across the globe with more than 20,000 plus particpants. Through this conference, the university aimed to spread awareness and awaken the youth against bio-warfare. The conference also focussed on its end goal of establishing a legal discourse towards curbing research and development of such weapons.

Prof Dr Vishwanath D Karad, founder-president, MIT World Peace University said: “The COVID-19 has created utmost disruption in our mundane lives. Many do speculate that the breakout of the virus was purposely indented to take over world supremacy. We should all take an oath to work towards peace and harmony rather than fighting each other.”

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