Samsung has launched India’s first education store with the Samsung Smart Learning under the Media Solutions Center (MSC) division. The Samsung Smart Learning is an innovative system that is designed in order to provide best-in-class interactive study materials to the students in the country.
This study solution will supplement the education related requirements of over 70 million students in the classes between 1st to 12th grades for CBSE and over 4.5 million students preparing for competitive examinations. The educational solutions will be enhanced with content related to other school boards, skill building and higher education in future.
The Samsung Smart Learning will be available on all the Samsung tablets and it will authorize the students to harmonize classroom learning. As of now, this is the only digital platform that integrates superior quality education content from both leading academicians and education partners.
The educational system offers subject wise interactive lesson based exercises, content with multimedia tutorials and practice tests. It also includes proven technologies such as conceptual videos and mutual learning techniques.
Samsung Smart Learning is a cloud based service that is accessible to the students anywhere and anytime with both online and offline access points. For now, over 7000 stores across the country have been equipped to provide education content on the Samsung Galaxy Tab and this number is likely to be increased to 10,000 gradually.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. Tarun Malik, Director, MediaSolutionsCenter – South West Asia, Samsung Electronics, said, “Samsung Smart Learning Solutions is a first-of-its kind service innovation in India which has the potential of revolutionising the educational landscape in the country. Designed to supplement traditional classroom learning, the content is based on a problem solving and interactive approach for students, and stresses on concept understanding in students. At Samsung, we are committed to being the first in software services innovation and with Smart Learning; we are looking to establish our leadership in this space too.”