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Rapid Collaborate launches services for students in Mumbai
Date:5/3/2013

(PRWEB) May 03, 2013

The services of Rapid Collaborate have been extended to provide exclusive assistance to scholars in Mumbai. While earlier all services were available only online, now students in Mumbai will be able to interact with the mentors personally. The company serves students all over the world through the online platform, rapidcollaborate.com, where authors and scholars need to register to get assistance in a collaborative manner.

Looking at the positive response from students in Mumbai’s colleges, and the high demand for direct interaction with mentors, the company has launched a new office in Mumbai, where students will be able to meet subject matter experts, academic writers, editors and statisticians. Inaugurating the office, Mr. Puneet Chadha, Chief Mentor, said that students in India have a different approach towards research, and academics in general. They are often not satisfied with only online conversations or solutions received via emails. Hence, to meet the expectations of the scholars in this important market, the company has launched the new premises.

Though the primary mode of interaction will be the website, students who face problems in comprehending complicated concepts can make a request for personal meeting. Depending on the authenticity of the problem and availability of the expert, the students will be given an appointment. They can then get their queries resolved and seek explanations through a face to face meeting with the mentor. The offline interaction is expected to complement the online facilities that the company currently provides.

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Rapid Collaborate offers an online platform which students can use to interact with tutors, keep track of their assignments and give their feedback. The team can be contacted by sending a mail to admin(at)rapidcollaborate(dot)com.

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