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ELK Education launches e-learning content development services
Date:9/20/2013

(PRWEB) September 20, 2013

The online education sector received a boost with the leading education consultancy firm ELK Education launching a comprehensive package for e-learning content development. ELK Education is a company based in India but catering to clients all over the world in the field of online education solutions. They will develop content that can be run on SCORM compliance as well as standard compliance. The company will make the modules compatible with different kinds of e-learning models like the virtual classroom, online e-learning and fast e-learning.

Their services encompass all the activities needed to complete an e-learning development project. They offer simulations, interactive content designing and operator training videos. A spokesman for the company said that with the education sector really opening up in India, the company visualizes ample opportunities and demand for their services. India is a country with a young population that has always given a lot of importance to education. This is a very good combination that is sure to generate demand for all the facilities that this company is offering, he said. The spokesman went on to add that the company has plenty of in-house facilities based in India, which enables them to handle all kinds of projects no matter how big or small they are.

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Elk India is India’s first education BPO and is led by a highly qualified management team that has several years of experience in the education industry. They offer research work assistance, institute content development and e-learning content development. They can be contacted at info@elkindia.com for new information.

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