Indian schools give students online tuition

July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p13
Trade Publication
School children at ten secondary schools in Delhi now have access to e-learning material to help them study. The pilot is supported by the British Council and, if successful, could be extended to other schools in the Indian capital. Scholar, the world's largest single online learning programme is widely used in Scotland, and has recently been making inroads in other parts of the globe.


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