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MBD Group offers free access to text books via e-learning

Kolkata, Apr 15 (UNI) MBD group, one of the leading education companies in India, is offering free access to its text books and digital resources via its e-learning platform www.mbdalchemie.com for students and teachers across the country.In this challenging time when everyone is observing lockdown protocol as advised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Online classes are being conducted by various schools for students and parents are exploring the web for education material, the Group said in a statement released here.
The Group has offered its resources to learning and teaching community free of cost. Around 1500+ e-books are free to read along with 8000+ digital resources covering all subjects and concepts as per NCERT and State Board guidelines for grades 1st to 12th. Parents can also use the content to teach their kids at home during these difficult times.

Commenting on this initiative, Monica Malhotra Kandhari, MD, MBD Group said, “We believe that education should go on and there should be no hindrance when it comes to the future of our country – which are our children’s. We are also supporting schools across the country by providing them material which teachers can use in their online lectures along with assessment and worksheets.

MBD Group has over six decades of experience, under the futuristic vision of the Founder of the Group Ashok Kumar Malhotra and has diversified into various industries including E- Learning, M-Learning, Skill Development, Eco-friendly Notebooks, Paper Manufacturing, ICT Infrastructure, Hospitality, Real Estate, Mall Development and Management, the release claimed.
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