HCIL to offer tele-education for medical coaching in India

Tuesday 10 September 2013 | 13:48 CET | News
Hughes Communications India (HCIL) will provide a managed tele-education network to the Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences for post-graduation medical coaching. The satellite-based, online service will assist medical students in attaining success in Neet/Aiims/PGI and other post-graduate medical exams. Hughes advanced tele-education networks provide a virtual face-to-face experience with a direct eye contact, including two-way voice interaction and chat-based queries. Now students from the most remote areas of the country will have access to the same faculty as students in Delhi and other

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Hughes
Countries: India
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