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Admission24 Launches Live Virtual Classes Amid COVID-19

The students and teachers will get the live class timetable a day before and will get a notification 10 minutes before the class starts.

Admission24, an EdTech start-up company, today announced the launch of its Live Virtual Classes for students and educator, as schools and educational institutions, closes across the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The students and teachers will get the live class timetable a day before and will get a notification 10 minutes before the class starts. By the end of the session, the students will be able to ask their queries through voice messages, text and attachment. Looking at the Internet penetration in India, the brand has also provided teachers with the option to record the class which will be available on the app for 48 hours, so that no students can miss the important session because of internet bandwidth.   

With Admission24’s Live Virtual Classroom, the teachers will be able to conduct unlimited live and interactive online classes for up to 1000 students in each session. The company deeply focuses on secured engagement in both live as well as recorded classes and intent to replicate the physical classroom experience.  

Commenting on the announcement, Abhinav Sekhri, CEO & Founder, Admission24 stated, “The closure of schools amid the pandemic presents an alarming challenge for both students and parents. While some schools are offering online education, most of the schools are facing the constrain keeping the affordability in mind.” 

“With our live virtual classroom solution, we provide interactive learning atmosphere for all levels from K-12 to Higher Education, so that both learners and educators can enjoy a more collaborative learning space.” 

During the live session, the students and teachers will be able to access virtual tools like Online Attendance, Whiteboard, Audio questions post-session, Live Chatbox option, Virtual Home Work Assignment, etc. The teacher will also get an option of the whiteboard on the screen so that students can see what the teacher writes and make a note of it. 



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