Tata Sky has made its Classroom service free for all its subscribers. This service is to be had for free on channel number 653 and offers access to educational satisfied on TV. Tata Sky Classroom service was once first launched in 2016, and comes with over 700 lively concept learning videos for Maths and Science. This service does not have with ads and is to be had in Hindi and English both. With this, Tata Sky aims to offer students across India with learning satisfied on TV, for the reason that schools have not reopened and studies are still being held online.
The Tata Sky Classroom service is to be had for free to all existing and new subscribers. The company says that it has over 22 million connections across the country, and most of these connections can access the educational satisfied through channel number 653. Classroom service brings engaging and interactive learning satisfied on TV, enabling students to access educational satisfied at any convenient time. The platform has engaging lively concept-learning videos for making things fun while also teaching the fundamentals of Maths and Science.
Tata Sky Classroom service is catered towards students from class 5 to 8. As mentioned, it is to be had in both English and Hindi. With the exception of video lessons, there are also educational games that aren’t only engaging but offer kids knowledge as mannered. On this channel, Tata Sky has divided the academic syllabus in two parts – from April to September and from October to March. In the first three months of each and every part, Tata Sky will run lesson videos and in the final two months, the operator will offer chapter-wise revision videos, practice tests, and pattern papers.
To start the Tata Sky Classroom service, users need to make a choice a grade that fits their child. As mentioned, Tata Sky only offers satisfied for classes 5 to 8 and satisfied for other kids isn’t to be had yet. Detailed syllabus for each and every grade has been published on the company website.
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