Innovative training format for students who are in small towns and who cannot access BASE classroom programs
Riding on its success of BASE@Home & Distance Learning Programs, BASE, the Bangalore based premier training organisation has announced an innovative format BASEonTab. The first training program launched under this delivery format is EXCEL CET. This program will help students to train for CET 2016 who cannot access it’s classroom programs. This intensive program is open for those students who are currently in Class XII/PU II. This will be followed by the launch of other programs like IIT Achiever, Medical Excel etc.
BASEonTab comes with the following features –
Courseware: emodules in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology covering both 1st and 2nd year PU portions. Each module contains explanation of concepts through illustrations, exhaustive sets of exercises for practice and self tests and analysis.
Tests: Timed a test which helps students to practice under real time environment.
Solutions: Detailed solutions to all exercises and test papers.
Video synopses of the topics by BASE professors which help in deeper understanding of the concept for better problem solving.
Analytics help students to see their performance in comparison to other students over time, subject wise and topic wise and also analyze their strength & weaknesses.
“BASE has always been at the forefront of leveraging technology to train students effectively. Our sole aim of this format is to reach out to those students, especially in smaller towns in Karnataka who cannot attend our classroom programs through innovative use of technology and powerful multimedia tools” said Vallish Herur Director, BASE.