Date:15/11/2010 URL: http://www.thehindu.com/thehindu/edu/2010/11/15/stories/2010111550830400.htm
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Make way for digital tutors


Courses offered include 3Ds Max, Dreamweaver, Flash, Maya


It's always good to learn things at our own pace and convenience. And if one plans to make a career in animation industry then the extra bit of time to upgrade skills helps in a long way.

Driven by the idea, i-Nurture Education Solutions Private Limited launched its digital tutors concept offering over 13,000 video tutorials for more than 30 software applications online for an annual subscription of Rs.12, 500. Every year many software are introduced in animation industry and it is tough for students to upgrade or train on such software while attending classes in conventional institutes. Opting for digital tutors helps students in many ways. New materials are constantly updated every month without charging extra fee, says Nikhil N. Kapur, Chief Operating Officer of i-Nurture.

More importantly, students do not have depend on classrooms and teachers for their lessons. Digital tutors helps students to learn lessons at their own pace and measure their progress online, he explains. Courses offered include 3Ds Max, Dreamweaver, Flash, Maya, Adobe Photoshop, Mudbox etc. There is also the facility to work on different projects and taking exams at the end of each course to earn a certification in software proficiency. Launched 45 days back, Digital Tutors already has a member subscription of over 1,000 worldwide. Quality and affordability are two major reasons for students to enrol. At annual subscription of Rs. 12,500, students get to learn 30 software applications apart from projects and online exams. All the online lessons are designed by experts and constantly upgraded every month, offering latest applications in the market, informs Mr. Kapur.

Students also have the option of selecting from different subscription plans of annual, semi-annual, quarterly, monthly plans. For more details log onto ww.digitaltutors.com website.

S. SANDEEP KUMAR

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