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Learnhive launches smart learning cards in AP

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on February 20, 2013 Published on February 20, 2013

For the future: Arindam Nag (left), founder and Director, Learnhive, and Shiv Shankar, CEO, at the launch of smart learning cards in Hyderabad on Wednesday. — Photo: P.V. Sivakumar   -  Business Line

Learnhive Education launched its technology-based learning solutions and smart learning cards in Andhra Pradesh today.

The Bangalore-based start-up is offering comprehensive mathematics content for Classes one to ten and English and Science content for Classes one to six in the ICSE and CBSE streams.

Unni Krishnan, founder director, said the company would be entering Maharashtra next week. “In Andhra Pradesh, we have tied up with four schools. Our products are different from others in the market in that ours are basically learning aids, while others are mostly teaching aids,” he told mediapersons.

The product prices range between Rs 999 for a smart learning card and Rs 9,999 for an online teaching package.

The product comes in two forms — Retail Pack and App. The retail pack consists of a box with printed learning cards — each pack comes with a unique activation code that students can use to activate an online account.

The smart learning cards are also available as standalone apps for each grade in Apple and Google App stores.

Its flagship product, Personal Concept Tutor, gives students the flexibility to learn concepts at their own place through multiple devices such as desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones.

Sridhar Thanam, Director of Scholars International School, Hyderabad said the school will distribute the learning cards as part of the text book collection for the ensuing academic year.

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Published on February 20, 2013
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