Learning Simplified with ‘Netvidya LMS’ – Product Overview

Summary:

MRCC’s Netvidya LMS is an advanced Learning Management system that is designed keeping the New Age Learner in mind. It allows you to personally set up, deliver, and track learning, without the need for any technical expertise. Equipped with a robust assessment engine it offers customized curriculum planning, accurate performance evaluation, and advanced content management. It fosters an efficient, competent, and accessible learning culture through an interface that is user-friendly, multilingual, and intuitive. Continue reading “Learning Simplified with ‘Netvidya LMS’ – Product Overview”

MRCC Partners with Adaptive Learning Platform Specialist Area9 Lyceum

MRCC Aea9 Partnership

May 19, 2020

MRCC is delighted to announce that it has joined forces with leading Learning Platform Specialist, Area9 Lyceum to bring its world-class Adaptive learning platform, Area9 RhapsodeTM to MRCC’s clients. Combining MRCC’s industry-leading digital solutions with Area9’s impeccable, Next-Gen Adaptive Learning Platform, this partnership aims to deliver enhanced Learning capabilities and value to its clients globally. Continue reading “MRCC Partners with Adaptive Learning Platform Specialist Area9 Lyceum”

Deeptanshu Tiwari Joins MRCC as Executive Vice President

MRCC EVP

Deeptanshu Tiwari joins MRCC as the Executive Vice President, he brings along versatility, foresight and rich experience in delivering award-winning learning solutions in a career spanning 15 years.

With rich technology experience, he has been instrumental in formulating and implementing key strategic plans that help guide the direction of the business, capitalize on opportunities to expand and reach new markets and customers, incorporate new industry standards and developments while gaining insight of the internal and external competitive landscape. Continue reading “Deeptanshu Tiwari Joins MRCC as Executive Vice President”

Plugging into Classroom Technology

Imagine your boss just issued a memo stating you can no longer use the Internet—for anything work related. Safe to say, your immediate reaction would probably range anywhere between frustration and utter confusion; however, one thing is certain: you need access to the Internet to do your job. Not to mention, your entire office is probably baffled as to how they are going to stop using something so integrated into their everyday lives. Now, consider how you would react to this situation if your boss was a teacher and you were a student. Continue reading “Plugging into Classroom Technology”