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Low-cost tablet soon to help bank job aspirants crack the entrance exam

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on March 10, 2018 Published on January 25, 2013

Santanu Paul, CEO and MD, TalentSprint

Santanu Paul, CEO and MD, TalentSprint

Hyderabad-based TalentSprint plans to launch tablet computers loaded with course material for students preparing for bank recruitment examinations.

The low-cost tablet is slated for launch in April, and will cost around Rs 7,000, said Santanu Paul, CEO and Managing Director, TalentSprint.

TalentSprint has short-listed three vendors. It will, however, provide the course content, he said.

According to Paul, in States such as Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, there is a severe shortage of power. And a tablet PC requires just three or four hours to recharge.



Power saver

“We are mainly targeting students in tier-II and III cities where the power problem is acute,” he said. The tablet PCs will not only have the course material for bank examinations, but also can be used for browsing the Internet.

The banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector is one of the fastest growing employers in India for knowledge workers.

TalentSprint, which has domain expertise in the BFSI sector, trains young people to prepare for the bank examinations.

The tablet and the course fee will cost Rs 14,000, he said.

The course entails 120 hours of classroom coaching conducted by experienced bankers.

This includes concepts, formulae, short-cuts, recent exam trends, in-class problem solving sessions and weekly mock tests.

In addition to this, comprehensive study material and worksheets are provided. The entire course focuses on providing exam-specific orientation, he said.

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Published on January 25, 2013
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