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Why should Educational Institutions join Edyounet to offer Distance Learning courses through TeleClassrooms?

 

Educational Institutions are the energy sources of Nation building. They mould its most precious human capital. Thus, prosperity of any Nation is determined with the number and quality of its education providers.


The major hindrance in this process is distance. Majority of students live in villages and remote areas which are far away from Educational Institutions.


For desired results, what is to be tackled first is this problem of reachability. Every educational institution should be with in the reach of any potential student in any village. A dream that all institutions ponder over years; but not a dream any longer! There is a technological way to address this issue of effectively offering Distance Learning courses.


TeleClassrooms


There is a beacon of hope in the form of a technological platform to connect both educational institutions in cities and students in villages.


Edyounet Technologies provide an excellent network of digitally connected hi-tech TeleClassrooms in villages. Any educational institution can use this platform to offer their courses to students who live far away from them.

 

TeleClassrooms are traditional classrooms set up in villages and remote places equipped with large LCD screens and their allied computer and audio accessories. They transmit real time classes offered by educational institutions from studios in cities with two way communication and other document sharing facilities.


Bonanza for Educational Institutions


In its full blown version, Edyounet TeleClassrooms will have reached almost every student in India through its widest network of Franchise owned TeleClassrooms.


Educational Institutions can opt to set up their own studios in their premises or to take up slots in studios set up by third parties on Edyounet TeleClassroom Network.


Merely being on the network will enable the educational institution to reach to all TeleClassroom connected in the network.


In coordination with the concerned TeleClassrooms, Educational Institutions can enroll students for their courses and offer them real time live interactive classes.


Advantages

Social Commitment

Educational Institutions can fulfill its commitments to society by offering its courses to every students who need it. The efforts from Educational Institution to over-come the geographical hindrance will be a boon for the students who otherwise can not reach to the courses.


Core Strength

Educational Institutions can concentrate on their core strength of teaching. Infrastructure management and technological issues etc are outsourced.

Excellent Faculty Management

Educational Institutions can leverage its pool of eminent teachers and faculties to a great level to offer their skills to maximum students irrespective of their place of stay.


Hassle-free Operation

Since they focus on their core skills and outsource the remaining headaches to the concerned specialists, the entire operation becomes seamless and great level of managerial efficiency will be achieved.


Uniform Quality across Board

Same teacher teaches all across the board irrespective of the geographical distance and thus, the quality of the course offering will be standardized everywhere. This will improve the overall quality of education in India.


Maximum Reach

There is no better way to reach to such a vast number of students in such a vast Country. The enormous amount of investment required otherwise for setting up centers is curtailed and yet, the Institutions will be able to reach the length and breadth of India. This is no mean achievement!


Increased Revenue

Teaching more students will bring in more revenue. In the case of TeleClassroom Network, the input cost for teaching more students do not increase proportionately resulting in huge revenue surplus for Educational Institutions.


The Course Fee Structure of TeleClassroom Network

In TeleClassroom Network, the course fee is decided and fixed by the Educational Institutions. Students enroll directly with Educational Institutions for the courses offered by them. Students pay the fee directly to the Educational Institutions. Educational Institutions in turn share the revenue with two other infrastructure providers such as TeleClassrooms for premise and Edyounet for connectivity. The Fee charged by Educational Institution also includes the revenue of TeleClassrooms and Edyounet Technologies.


Educational Institutions are at perfect liberty to decided the fee charged per student for their courses. It is the discretion of the Educational Institution to arrive at a fee to be charged per student per course. This fee can be of Four types. One rate for the TeleClassrooms set up in Metros. The other rates are for tier II cities and for Tier III towns and the last rates are for students attending TeleClassrooms in villages.


It is also the discretion of the Educational Institutions to decide the duration of the courses, schedule of offering of the courses, days, time span of class, methodology of teaching so on and so forth.


Educational Institutions will be in direct contact with TeleClassrooms in the network and will be guiding them in marketing their courses. However, marketing of courses to students will be the responsibility of Educational Institutions as the TeleClassrooms do not possess the capability of course marketing.


Logic base of Fee Sharing

 

There are three major factors involved in offering education to remote places. One is classroom infrastructure. The other one is connectivity. Thirdly, but most importantly, the education content. Typically, these three contribute equally to the entire operation. In other words, each component assumes about 33 percentage or one third of the total pie.

 

Educational Institutions get their revenue from students of all TeleClassrooms which are beaming the course. Since one lecture of one teacher can be streamed to numerous TeleClassrooms, the input cost of Educational Institutions remain static but the revenue from students from all networked  classrooms increase manifold.


Educational Institutions will have the freedom to decide and fix the fee for each course that is offered through Edyounet TeleClassroom Network.  Educational Institutions get the fee collected directly from students registering for their courses. These fees are shared with TeleClassroom Franchisees for providing their TeleClassroom platform with a pre-agreed sharing ratio which is normally about 30 to 60% depending on various factors like capability of the TeleClassroom in attracting more students, the place of the TeleClassroom, its bargaining capability, other courses on offer etc. Educational Institutions are at full liberty to negotiate with all TeleClassroom Franchisees in finalizing the Student Fee Sharing Ratio (FSR). However, It is the prerogative of the TeleClassroom Franchisees to decide whether to accept or not the offer according to the commercial feasibility of the offer.


In this sharing structure, TeleClassrooms Franchisees get returns only from the students registered from the concerned classroom. TeleClassroom franchisees pay for all the cost of maintaining and running the TeleClassroom centers. TeleClassrooms with its higher infrastructure cost and comparatively lower revenue, will have to finance all their expenses from the share received from concerned Educational Institutions.