Ricoh India Ltd., a market leader in Printing & Document solutions and IT services, has entered into the multimedia solutions for K12 School, with the launch of Ricoh IntelliClass. It is a state-of-the-art solution designed for Indian schools that offer modern multimedia classroom with world class content.
The solution was launched by Dr. Shayama Chona a renowned Educationist, Founder-President of Tamana Association and the former Principal of Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram, New Delhi.
Ricoh IntelliClass caters to the learning needs of the students and enables infrastructure that makes classrooms achieve global standards. IntelliClass is created keeping in mind different learning abilities of students of various age group. The classroom typically comes with PC, fingers touch interactive whiteboard, speakers, projectors, UPS & cabinets.
Ricoh IntelliClass content library helps teachers to create question banks, assessment, class test, class presentations, CCE worksheets and lesson plans from over 50000 chapter mapped questions. The unique lesson planner allows teachers to create their own interactive lesson plans. It will also help teachers form presentation from existing content as well as external sources and share lesson plan with other teachers, interactive virtual labs wherein students can learn through experiments.
Also present during the launch was Manoj Kumar, Executive Vice President and CEO, who stated, “Education market in India is estimated to be US$ 135 billion by 2020, of which the e-learning market alone will be US$ 7 billion. We expect huge increase in student population, 200 million in K-12 and 90 million in private schools. Ricoh IntelliClass solution is capable of providing quality education to students by helping them in better concept formation, concept elaboration, and academic achievement. We wish to make learning more interactive and interesting and take it beyond textbooks and chalkboard. With the introduction of Ricoh IntelliClass solution, we are committed to provide best in class education to the students for brighter future.”