Indian firms adapts e-Learning lessons

Indian firms adapts e-Learning lessons

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Indian companies are taking lessons of e-Learning from worldwide companies.

 

Infosys, a leading software company is using e-Learning to provide training programmes to its 66000 employees located across 36 centres worldwide. Indian firms are busy to adopt e-Learning facility to spread its wings among different segments of business. e-Learning is a web-based training using techniques like animations, visualisations and using a lot of creativity in building training programmes. This helps the people to get trained at their own place based on their own convenient time when they are free from their day-to-day work.  NIIT, is providing e-Learning solutions to various private and government organizations, including, ICICI Bank, MSource, the external affairs ministry, the Rajasthan Government, Reliance, State Bank of India and Wipro. According to M P Ravindra, senior vice president and Head, Education & Research, Infosys Technologies, e-Learning allows to deploy structured content and makes simple for the Education & Research department to provide the latest and up-to-date training to employees.

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