Telangana Inter students to get Digital Study Kits
Cloudedz has been awarded a contract to build Digital Study Kit (DiSK) by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE). The study kit will become a single platform for intermediate students in the state to access learning modules and prepare for competitive exams like Eamcet, NEET, JEE, CA-CPT etc
Hyderabad: Cloudedz has been awarded a contract to build Digital Study Kit (DiSK) by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE). The study kit will become a single platform for intermediate students in the state to access learning modules and prepare for competitive exams like Eamcet, NEET, JEE, CA-CPT etc
DiSK application can be downloaded on to smartphones, tablets, and computers. The application will be a one stop solution for all the learning needs of the students. DiSK will be a free offering for all government college students while the private college students need to pay a nominal fee to use it. Also, the installed application doesn’t require an active data connection.
A Ashok, Commissioner & Secretary, TSBIE said, “We are committed in providing world class education facilities to the students in Telangana. We believe that technology can empower students and help them thrive in today’s digital world.
DiSK will be a single platform for learning and preparing for any competitive exams for intermediate students in Telangana. We welcome Cloudedz as a valued partner who bring their expertise in creating a student centric learning solution that will enable them to perform better and improve the pass percentage in the state.”
Speaking to The Young Hans, J V Phani Kumar, Managing Director Cloudedz said, “We are happy to be a part of the digital revolution in Telangana, we believe that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a key driver in building world class educational solutions that are accessible and affordable to every citizen of this country.
Through this partnership, we will provide a robust application with simple UI that will enable students to enhance their academic skills
DiSK will be available to all students from the next academic year i.e.,2017-18
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