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Extramarks, Intel Education in tie up for learning solutions

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Education services provider Extramarks Education and Intel Education, a global education technology solutions provider, have joined hands to offer digital learning solutions in India.

Through this strategic collaboration, Extramarks aims to identify and work on opportunities in the education space in India and transform the learning experience of students across private and government education institutes.

"Our learning solutions are constantly upgraded and worked upon to enhance the usability and applicability for learners and will play a vital role in increasing their motivation, creativity, and problem-solving skills," Extramarks Education India Founder, Chairman and Managing Director Atul Kulshrestha said.

Kulshrestha further noted this collaboration will lead with Intel Architecture based devices and platforms for all of Extramarks' solutions.

Sam Al Schamma, Director-Education Sales, Intel Asia Pacific and Japan said: "Our engineers at Intel Education have been working closely with their counterparts at Extramarks, sharing know-how and helping optimize Extramarks' solutions for Intel Architecture. We are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to further joint innovation specific for this market".

Extramarks has offered smart class room solutions in over 8,000 schools so far. It follows the annuity revenue based model wherein the school is charged on an upfront or EMI basis. The EMI has to be settled either monthly or quarterly.

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First Published: Fri, March 04 2016. 17:29 IST
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