Chennai: Technology-based e-learning platform, BasicFirst announced the launch of its “Live Online Classes” to offer an interactive learning experience for students in India. Chief mentor, BasicFirst, Randhir Kumar Priyadarshi revealed that the service will be available in nine Indian languages within the next three months.
According to a release, BasicFirst has grown to about 18 locations and 700 employees with close to 20,000 paid subscribers for its two products, “Doubt Clearing Programme” and “Rent-a-Tab”. The first product enables a student preparing for any examination to get their doubts clarified through chat/phone/video while “Rent-a-Tab” allows students access to education Tablet at Rs 750 a month only.
Commenting on the launch of the ‘Live Online Classes’, Randhir said, “Through our Live Online Classes we want to bring BasicFirst to the students, whenever they feel the need or doubt is raised in their mind. At the same time, we intend to reduce the difficulty of language for Indian students.”