Sundaram Multi Pap Launches Online School Portal for Efficient Teacher and Student Performance Measurement Solution – ThePrint

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]Jan 16 (ANI/Target Media): Sundaram Multi Pap Ltd, an ESB and NSE listed company, has been the market leader in educational products for 38 years, announced the launch of Edzam Portal, a digital age educational app for schools to monitor and assess students the right way.

Aiming to make students love education and provide them with fun and effective learning, Edzam app takes digital learning to the next level by encapsulating watch-and-learn videos, rich animations and interactive simulations by opposed to rote memorization, making learning contextual and visual, not just theoretical. The app offers students a unique study experience, using advanced features such as MCQs, mind maps section and the ability to conduct science experiments online.

Schools can create their own class, allow users to join and use the digital ready content available on the platform. Eclass offers over 1000 hours of digital content, notes, MCQs and concept videos that can be used by students. Schools can send files, notes, photos, messages to all their students with one click.

The portal aims to track and monitor comprehensive student usage, giving schools complete control. Due to the covid19 pandemic, schools have been closed for a long time and online digital education is the only way forward. Maharashtra has 22,000 private schools and 1.5 public schools, who can use this system and content for their studies.

Hardik Shah, CEO of Sundaram E-class, said, “Edzam users can view content relevant to their school curriculum. You now have the ability to study each subject using new digital formats. A student can understand the entire chapter in a video format and then use the Q&A method to resolve all questions. The student can follow this with a mind map section and MCQs to understand their own level of preparation on a topic.

Schools can easily opt into the portal and take control of home study. The system is part of the blended learning process and can also be used once schools open as content and digital tools are readily available. The portal already has more than 500 schools in pre-registration and more than 5 students from the lake in pre-registration.

From an industry perspective, Hardik cites: “There are approximately 227 million students in India, and education has traditionally been a priority for Indians, so it is no wonder that the Indian market for l ‘EdTech be estimated at billions. We recently proposed the solution to government officials in Maharashtra, and they gave very positive feedback on the idea of ​​implementing it in all schools in Maharashtra.

Sundaram has a strong library of edtech content and works on big government tenders under the digital education segment.

Schools can simply go online to and register their schools. Students can go to the playstore and download the EDZAM student app.

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Carol C. Reed