Now, India based B-schools will record lectures and make them available to its students over iTunes.
Mumbai, India based B-School has planned to provide lectures over iTunes. The 750 full-time and 13,000 distance-learning students would be able to download lectures onto their computers. The advantage of podcasting is that the user can time-shift the episode to a convenient time. According to Aditya, co-founder of the Web site www.indicast.com, a Mumbai-based podcaster, the institute will start this service with the new batch of the students this year. Since it works on Internet's RSS feed standard, podcasting automatically downloads iTunes onto the computer, which can be synchronised with an MP3 player.