Airtel DTH Adds Aakash EduTV for JEE & NEET (Free Till 21 October)
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Airtel Digital TV launched its first dedicated educational channel in association with Aakash. The Aakash EduTV channel will be offering coaching sessions for both engineering and medical entrance exam preparation.
In a bid to offer private coaching sessions across India through LIVE interactive classes, the Aakash Educational Services Ltd has partnered with Airtel Digital TV.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr Sunil Taldar, Director-Homes, Bharti Airtel, said: “We are delighted to partner with Aakash Institute to offer high-quality Ed-tech content to our 14 million DTH subscribers across India”.
The Director and CEO of Aakash Educational Services Ltd, Mr Aakash Chaudhry added that the new facility helps the students to hone their skills in an effective manner in the comfort of their home.
Indeed, this is definitely a good step in helping aspiring students in the preparation of Engineering (JEE/Advanced) and Medical (NEET) entrance exams. Moreover, it doesn’t require any dependence on modern gadgets and internet facility.
How to Access Aakash EduTV Channels on Airtel Digital TV?
This path-breaking initiative has two channels - Aakash EduTV - JEE and Foundation (on Channel No: 467) and Aakash EduTV - NEET (on Channel No: 478).
Currently, these two Aakash EduTV channels are available as Free Preview till 21st October. However, later on, one can access these paid channels by paying ₹247 per month.
Give a missed call on 91540 52467 to subscribe Aakash EduTV – JEE channel.
Give a missed call on 91540 52478 to subscribe Aakash EduTV – NEET channel.
You can also subscribe to the educational Aakash EduTV channels by adding them in Airtel Thanks App or through Airtel Website.
What’s Your Opinion?
One might be observing that many poor students are finding it hard to attend online classes in smaller towns and villages. Hopefully, the Aakash EduTV will surely help the marginalised sects of the society when the COVID-19 pandemic has left many students behind.