The company’s regional language feature is targeted for students of non-metropolitan cities, whose preferred language might not be English.
E-learning platform BasicFirst has introduced ‘LIVE Online Classes’. The new service will be available on BasicFirst’s platform in nine Indian languages, including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telegu, Oriya, Bangla and Marathi, within the next three months.
This program will allow students to choose from their preferred language as a medium of learning. The company’s regional language feature is targeted for students of non-metropolitan cities, whose preferred language might not be English.
Randhir Kumar, Founder & CEO, BasicFirst, said, “Through our Live Online Classes we want to bring BasicFirst to the students, whenever they feel the need or a doubt is raised in their mind. At the same time, we intend to reduce the difficulty of language for Indian students as a vast majority of our population, across the length and breadth of the country, might not be sufficiently comfortable with English, so as to enable them to think and apply the learning to achieve their dreams.”
“We have always believed that every student needs personal attention for doubt free learning hence we have developed this latest offering. Our LIVE online classes will allow students to get that personalized learning experience from the best teachers of the country, at the comfort of their home,” he added.
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