Transstream app, developed by a Bengaluru-based company, has come up with a unique online education solution to help students and teachers shift to virtual classroom easily. The app can be accessed in both offline and online mode by students providing for a quick alternative to Zoom and Whatsapp.
The application works through a seamless integration of three focal elements: Learning Management System (LMS), a teaching tool to connect teachers and students, and conversion of educational content in audio, video and text format. Every lesson will be uploaded to the LMS for future references.
“Our LMS can be accessed by the students on the web as well as one’s mobile phone (android and iOS) platforms. As the system provides more than a lakh assessments, creating questions and conducting regular tests become easy for the teachers. The platform is customised in tune with the respective educational institution’s name,” comments Prasanth Konoth, Director, Transstream.
Via the app, students can also download and store the content for usage even during poor internet connectivity. Students can skim through the content, read and grasp the concepts at their own pace. Schools in Kerala are using the app as a demo.
“Most of the schools have invested time, money and effort to put systems in place to make sure learning process is not affected majorly. We are also trying to address the issue of children being left out of the learning curve due to unavailability of seamless connectivity through this solution,” says Aparna Viswanathan who is behind the development of this app.