Ivory Education receives the prestigious award for “Education Innovation of the Year at The Concern 2014, The 4th National Education Conference held at FICCI auditorium. The award category had received several nominations among which Ivory Education was awarded as the best.

Mr. Vinai Rai, Chairman National Council of Education-ASSOCHAM, bestowed the award to Mr. Kapil Rampal, Director, Ivory Education in the presence of Mr. Yadvinder Singh, grand nephew of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and many other dignitaries present in the award function.

The 4th National Education Conference was held by Bal Bharati Academy, a non Profit NGO, with voluntary support from National Skill Development Corporation.

The Educational conference was held to discuss the burning issues of “Indian Education calling for Reform” & “Youth, Patriotism & Reform”

Mr. Kapil Rampal, Director Ivory Education on receiving the award said, “The award is a testimony to the efforts of our team and our investment in research and development”.

Ivory Education, since its inception has created a niche in the field of online education. Ivory Education in collaboration with some of the premier educational institutes of India like IIM Calcutta, Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmadabad and Educatis Education Society, Switzerland offers online courses for the students who are not able to go for regular courses due to their professional commitment.

Ivory’s solution has emerged as a game-changer in the area of learning. It uses technology but also leverages on modern communication systems, advanced learning techniques and existing repository of advanced knowledge. Ivory has developed a system of using a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning to develop a very advanced learning system. It gives the best of learning experience to the attendees.

Most programs currently are delivered using Asynchronous Learning whereas, Ivory Education conducts programs by using Synchronous Learning, which is instructor-led in order to provide an optimal participant experience. The learning system allows participants to interact with the faculty using voice, annotation, chat and other tools. It also allows for live quizzes, polls, group activities and other interactive learning tools.