Apple has launches its educational textbook service iBooks textbooks and iTunes U course manager across new regions including India.
Selling equity outright is, averaged out, an expensive proposition!
If you missed out on any of the action on NEXTBIGWHAT last week, go through our weekly recap below.
New Delhi based startup, CoolJunk is trying to change the perception of students towards electronics and technology through their DIY kits. The company designs and develops Personal Learning Kits for Science, Technology, Electronics and other such subjects.
India has one of the highest number of street children in the world, and many charities both Governmental and private have tried to help these 20 million. But not all who work in these are twenty something IIM and NIT…
Your Study Material is a web portal with simple rent and read model tailored for college students. You could search for a book with title, category, publisher or directly enter the author and title of the book and place your order.
Besides the dozens of startups we profiled in detail over the week, here is a quick roundup of interesting portals/startups we came across.
The android version of the device runs on 4.0.3 (ice-cream sandwich) operating system and has 7 inch capacitive multi touch screen with Cortex A8 1 Ghz processor. Priced at Rs 9999, the tab comes with NCERT mapped content from KG to higher secondary classes.
Jaya Jha, the co-founder of Pothi.com and her partner Abhaya Agarwal pick out seven great reads for entrepreneurs.
The MX Touch, will contain digital learning content and will be priced under Rs 7000 for the 7 inch version and the 10 inch pack will cost approximately Rs 12,000.