Edukart Comes Up With A Franchise Model To Fuel Expansion

By Jubin Mehta|29th May 2012
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We featured Edukart a few months ago and it has come along way. To accelerate the growth, the online education portal is opening its wings for substantial franchise tie ups. The Franchise partners would be working very closely with EduKart.com to market its industry relevant certificate courses for students and working professionals in the designated regions.

EduKart.com is offering industry relevant and employability enhancing certification courses which helps the participants to up-skill themselves in various fields. These courses are specially designed and reviewed by industry experts opening up the participants to real world challenges. The courses also include video cases of leading corporate and business leaders. The courses are put together by leading academicians. These online courses are ideal for self motivated and goal driven individuals. Courses come with quizzes, assessments and assignments allowing oneself to measure the progress. Similarly each participant who takes the trainings gets unlimited telephonic doubt solving support from subject matter experts and a CD is also provided to the participants so that there is no hindrance because of slow internet. After the successful completion of the course, the participant will be awarded an EduKart Rating of Employment (EKRE) and the rating would reflect on the certificate that the students would receive. Some of the courses have also been endorsed by leading industry organisations like Retailers Association of India and Internet and Mobile Association of India.

“There is no franchise fee to attain the franchise of the brand. However, there is a minimum investment that has to be made for buying the courses upfront when one enrolls as a franchisee. The minimum commitment and expected business will vary from state to state from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 1 crore. Similarly for any franchise in a city as well, there will be no enrolment fee. But a minimum commitment for the courses will be made. This could vary between Rs 1 to 10 Lakh depending on the city and the location." informs co-founder and CEO, Ishan Gupta.

“The Franchise can build business in more ways than one. He or she can make points of sale for selling online courses. Not only that, the franchise can also open up training centres and provide industry relevant trainings leveraging the course curriculum and certifications from EduKart.com.” says Mayank Gupta, co-founder and COO.

Visit the website for more information. 

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