What is Blended Learning?

Classroom Training

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Classroom Training

Cannot sustain quality while scaling
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Hard To Scale

Due to limited number of high quality teachers
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Less Expensive

Due to lack of advanced training tools such as experiential training, multimedia content
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Not Self-paced Learning

Due to fixed schedules, inability to access teacher and/or content at flexible timings

Online Training

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Online Training

Cannot be interactive enough to sustain interest and learning
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Lacks Guidance

Without access to trainer
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Mostly Adhoc Learning

That is not structured per any curriculum and limited
certification
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Casual Learning

Meant more for casual learning and referencing and less for definite learning outcome, such as certification
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Online training is not interactive and not sufficiently linked to outcomes like certification and job placements

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Scaling is hard in classroom model given the paucity of passionate and quality trainers

Online training does not sustain interest with 92% of courses not getting completed because it lacks guidance without access to trainer

The Solution – Blended Learning

Derived a model carefully blending classroom and online training by leveraging the best of both models and removing the challenges of each

iShiksha for Blended Learning

  • Only portal platform with mobile app to aggressively drive blended learning –  faculty-led e-training in classrooms with candidates having access to mobile / tablets for anytime, anywhere mobile-based self-learning after / outside class
  • One platform for all – serve the complete value chain from the mobilization to skill training to job placements
  • Cloud solution for easy deployment
  • SSC aligned – structured & curated digital content
  • An integrated platform for skill training and employment with job matching capabilities and linkages to Job fairs

Benefits

Reach

Wider geographical penetration without over dependence on certified trainers. To user NSDC language – helping meet the “unmet needs”

Efficacy

Both candidate-tracking and financial-usage

Productivity

Experiential learning increases productivity of trainees by

1. Consistency and higher quality
2. Better preparedness/industry connect and
3. Continuous upgrading

Infra

1. Higher capacity utilisation (attendance)
2. Easier mobilisation, etc.